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Collaboration Could Bring Tidal Power to Light

A Canadian company that makes equipment to measure turbulence in the water could make tidal power installations more viable and profitable. In partnership with researchers from Canada and the United Kingdom, Rockland Scientific Inc. is conducting promising tests in some of the world’s foremost tidal channels that could make the technology more sustainable.

Canadians Diversifying Export Markets

While the United States remains Canada’s number one trading partner, additional data analysis shows Canadian businesses are increasingly diversifying their export markets, with the number of exporters selling to other countries climbing over the last few years—particularly to China, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.

Partnership Could Speed Drug Discovery

Speeding‑up drug‑discovery research could prove beneficial, given the time and cost involved in developing new pharmaceutical products. Find out how an agreement between organizations in Canada and Germany may help the process along, and lead to new drugs for genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis.

Find ICT Opportunities at Dubai Tech Event

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
October 8‑12, 2017 —
GITEX Technology Week is an international trade event for the information and communications technology (ICT) sector. The event will showcase a wide range of ICT innovations from mobile technology to robotics, consumer products and finance technology. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service will be present to facilitate introductions for Canadian participants to local and international contacts. Register today.

June 28 Webinar: Tap Into Polish Defence and Security Market

Join an upcoming free webinar hosted by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), to gain insight on procurement programs, business opportunities and challenges in the Polish defence market. Participants will learn about advantages under the Canada‑European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), and about how the TCS can help Canadian companies expand in the Polish market. Register today.

Electric Vehicle Show Rolls into Stuttgart

Stuttgart, Germany
October 9-11, 2017 —
Canada will have a pavilion at two co‑located events: EVS30, the International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition, featuring an e‑mobility, infrastructure and integrative transportation showcase, and f‑cell and BATTERY+STORAGE, an international trade show for the electric mobility industry, focussing on areas such as electricity, transport and fuel cell technologies. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) can provide on‑the‑ground assistance and advice on business development in the region. Register today.