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Ottawa’s $40-million D-Wave funding part of forthcoming quantum strategy: Source

Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne speaks in Athens in October 2020.
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne speaks in Athens in October 2020. AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris
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The federal government is providing $40 million in funding for D-Wave, a Burnaby, B.C.-based quantum computing firm, part of a national strategy currently under development to support the sector. The Logic has learned Ottawa is planning to roll out further support for quantum companies and research to build on the promise the country has shown in a field in which the U.S., China and other countries are spending billions.  

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