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See How Ebola Drugs Grow In Tobacco Leaves

News - The drug that saved the lives of American aid workers from Ebola was made by plants. Tobacco plants are grown for six weeks in the Medicago greenhouse in Quebec City so their leaves are large enough to serve as a factory for making antibodies.

Canadian microelectronic industry is ready for greater challenges

News - Nearly 300 participants from the academic network, industrial leaders , R&D Centers and partners dedicated to supporting commercialization activities took part to this major gathering demonstrating how the Canadian microelectronic industry can support the innovations in all sectors of our economy.

EXFO Reports Fourth-Quarter and Fiscal 2014 Results

News - EXFO Inc. (NASDAQ: EXFO) (TSX: EXF) announced today financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended August 31, 2014.

HEC Montréal and Desjardins Group create the Institut international des coopératives Alphonse-et-Dorimène-Desjardins

News - HEC Montréal and Desjardins Group announce the creation of the Institut international des coopératives Alphonse-et-Dorimène-Desjardins, as part of the Second International Summit of Cooperatives. The Institute will develop leading-edge research in the field of financial cooperatives and stimulate research on non-financial cooperatives.

CRIQ gets involved in 3D printing

News - CRIQ President and CEO Denis Hardy has announced the acquisition of a cutting-edge piece of additive manufacturing (3D printing) equipment for the production of metal parts. His announcement was received by Jacques Daoust, Québec's Minister of the Economy, Innovation, and Exports, at a press conference held earlier this morning in the state-owned company's Québec City offices.

Quebec City's Dr. Tigran Galstian Named Winner of the 2014 Ernest C. Manning Award of Distinction

News - Dr. Tigran Galstian of Quebec City is the winner of this year's $25,000 Ernest C. Manning Award of Distinction for inventing and commercializing the tunable liquid crystal lens. Dr. Galstian will receive his prize at the Foundation's 33rd Innovation Awards Gala in Ottawa on Wednesday, October 22nd.

The Quebec City Industriel Trade Show

News - This year marks the 16th edition of the Quebec City Industriel Trade Show, the largest of its kind in Eastern Canada. From October 7-9, exhibitors, attendees and professionals gather at the Quebec City Exhibition Center. The 2014 event is expected to bring in over 500 expert exhibitors, over 7,000 visitors and an encompassing view of industrial activities, including machine tool, tooling, services.

A second hotel in Calgary for the company behind the popular Hôtel Le Germain Calgary - Alt Hotel Calgary to open in the East Village in 2017

News - Building on the success of Hôtel Le Germain Calgary, Groupe Germain Hospitalité announced today its intention to build an Alt Hotel in Calgary, with the goal of welcoming its first guests in 2017. The new hotel will be accessible within walking distance from Hôtel Le Germain Calgary and represents an investment of 34 million dollars.

International Summit of Cooperatives: Day 1 preview

News - Today sees the grand opening of the International Summit of Cooperatives in Quebec City. With over 3,000 registrations, the Summit brings together executives and directors from the co-op and mutual worlds to discuss the major issues affecting the movements. Over the next four days, co-operatives will be exploring the innovation of the sector, specifically looking at development, financing, employment, food security and health/social care.

The Port of Quebec sets Record Affluence

News - The Port of Quebec reached a new peak affluence on October 3, when six cruise ships with over 15,000 cruise passengers and 5,000 crew members were able to enjoy the beauty of the city and the hospitality of its people.


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