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Conference Board of Canada Survey on Innovation and College Research

Published by CME webmaster on April 30, 2010

Colleges Ontario has asked The Conference Board of Canada to investigate the contribution that Ontario colleges make to innovation and economic performance when they work with Ontario businesses. As part of the project, the Conference Board is asking businesses for their views on innovation and their awareness of and participation in Ontario colleges' applied research activities.

With the assistance of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, the Conference Board has identified the members of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Association-Ontario Division as an important source of insights about innovation and research in Ontario and we would like to invite you to complete the brief survey. 

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. To ensure your anonymity, your responses to this survey will be combined with those of other respondents, and results will be reported in the aggregate only - responses will not be attributable to a specific organization or individual.

The results of the survey will be presented in a report scheduled for release in Fall 2010. The report will include recommendations to governments and colleges about how to build on and improve colleges' applied R&D capacity and their contribution to innovation performance in Ontario.

To access the online survey, please click on:  (or copy and paste the hyperlink into your web-browser). 

The survey will be available until June 4, 2010.

The Conference Board of Canada and Colleges Ontario appreciate your participation.


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