AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris

Canada to weigh national security risks in funding research

Federally funded researchers who want to work with the private sector will need to take extra steps to ensure the data and intellectual property they generate doesn’t fall into the hands of hostile governments, Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne announced Monday. Here’s what you need to know about the new national security guidelines:

    Join now to start reading premium, award-winning journalism.

    By entering your e-mail you consent to receiving commercial electronic messages from The Logic Inc. containing news, updates, offers or promotions about The Logic Inc.’s products and services. You can withdraw your consent at anytime. Please refer to our privacy policy or contact us for more details.

    In-depth, agenda-setting reporting

    Great journalism delivered straight to your inbox.


    Liberals promise new law to ban Huawei, ZTE from Canadian communication networks

    Toronto-based ChargeLab raises US$15M Series A to expand EV charging footprint

    Gatik to expand autonomous trucks to Kansas under new law

    Best business newsletter in Canada

    Get up to speed in minutes with insights and analysis on the most important stories of the day, every weekday.

    Exclusive events

    See the bigger picture with reporters and industry experts in subscriber-exclusive events.

    Membership in The Logic Council

    Membership provides access to our popular Slack channel, participation in subscriber surveys and invitations to exclusive events with our journalists and special guests.

    Canada's most influential executives and policymakers are reading The Logic

    • CPP Investments
    • Sun Life Financial
    • C100
    • Amazon
    • Telus
    • Mastercard
    • bdc
    • Shopify
    • Rogers
    • RBC
    • General Motors
    • MaRS
    • Government of Canada
    • Uber
    • Loblaw Companies Limited