Edmonton's Push to Become a 'Health City'

Monday, May 13, 2019

ALBERTA VENTURE  From winning prestigious mentorship programs to working with city-run synergy efforts, Edmonton healthcare businesses are making strides, but more work needs to be done in terms of growing IP at home and engaging Alberta's notoriously risk-averse investors.

Edmonton was perhaps over-represented in this year's Canada Chicago Mentorship Program (C2MP), a prestigious piece of teamwork between the country and its neighbour to the south. Last February, 20 Canadian med-tech businesses applied for the program's five spots.  Read full story.

Category: Regional, Edmonton , Provincial

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