Innovation Policy

Twelve people in Ottawa to watch in 2020

On the campaign trail, the Liberals promised to take Big Tech to task and make life in the digital age cheaper and safer for consumers. In 2020, their minority government must figure out how to implement that ambitious innovation agenda. Along with Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, who will remain the key government player on much of the file, here are the cabinet members, public servants and private-sector players most likely to have an impact on federal business and technology policy. 

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