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ISED expects most Connect to Innovate agreements will be signed by April

Briefs | 01/31/2019 4:18 pm EST

Only about $30 million has made it out the door so far from the Liberal government’s $500 million Connect to Innovate fund that was announced in the 2016 budget, according to documents tabled this week in Parliament, but that should soon change.

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