Ontario appoints Balsillie-led panel to help implement ‘action plan’ on commercializing IP

    Ontario Colleges and Universities Minister Ross Romano in Toronto in June 2020. The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette

    The province of Ontario has appointed a panel led by former BlackBerry executive Jim Balsillie to help it implement its new intellectual property action plan, part of a push to increase the commercialization of publicly funded research. 

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