A slew of federal government grants awarded to Ottawa organizations are looking to advance new technologies and reduce the carbon footprint of Canada’s transportation sector
Carleton, the University of Ottawa, Algonquin College and La Cite launch $5M program to help graduates with disabilities enter the workforce.
Research from Carleton University might help make new buildings more energy efficient with the help of some fresh federal funding
Aimee Deziel, Nik Nanos and Bruce Townsend are among those taking on new positions at Ottawa businesses in recent months
The initiative is tied to an ICTC report released last year that projected Canada would need to fill 34,000 jobs related to the emerging AV industry by 2021.
Innovative new facility to cost $65.1M, to be completed by 2020
“What we wanted to do was give them a glimpse of the opportunities that exist in Ottawa."
Bacon comes to Carleton from Queen’s University, where he has served as provost and academic vice-principal since August 2016, and succeeds Alastair Summerlee.
A special report highlighting Carleton University's Sprott School of Business graduate programs in management
University received $974K grant to identify areas where autonomous vehicles are vulnerable to threats.