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This is about creating jobs and fixing a long-standing problem,” said Notley. “Albertans are concerned about the growing number of orphaned oil and gas wells, and the landowners directly impacted deserve a government that takes this issue seriously.
http://www.scoop.it/t/alberta-tech/p/4079177947/2017/05/19/industry-group-gets-alberta-gov-t-loan-to-clean-up-abandoned-wells?utm_medium=social&utm_source=googleplus
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We’re excited to kick off our program to create jobs, diversify our economy and increase private-sector investment in #Alberta’s electricity system,” Margaret McCuaig-Boyd, minister of energy said in a release. “I’ve been hearing a lot of interest from industry in anticipation of this launch. This will be a competitive process, bringing the most renewable generation online at the lowest cost.”
http://www.scoop.it/t/alberta-tech/p/4079174599/2017/05/19/competition-looks-to-create-jobs-and-develop-renewable-energy-resources?utm_medium=social&utm_source=googleplus
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In short, #Canada’s clean-technology industry is awash in red ink. Its firms, and the know-how and intellectual property (IP) they hold, are vulnerable to foreign takeovers. Despite unprecedented interest and engagement from provincial and federal governments, Canada’s low-carbon Renaissance is very much on the ropes. The sector needs smart new policy from the public sector and engagement from Bay Street to build markets for low-carbon solutions, unlock private finance, and secure the prosperity that should accrue from investment in low-carbon innovation,

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MORE THAN A REGIONAL CELEBRATION
We are co-hosting The Festival of Big Ideas on June 9th, Noon - 8:30pm on a field adjacent to the Advanced Technology Centre in the #Edmonton Research Park ... a transition of Moonlight in the Meadows

The Festival is more than just a celebration of the Region's innovations and offering even more than diverse networking ... it is designed to inspire and brand the Region as a Canadian innovation centre. But we need you!

A SHOWCASE - ENGAGING, INFORMATIVE
The Festival is to feature a Creative Arts Market, Food Truck BBQs, a Beer Garden, live webcasting!! and an Exposition comprised of 6 innovation zones each with 16 exhibits - priced to accommodate the Region's up and coming entrepreneurs ($150@).

ATTRACTING THE PUBLIC
Admission and parking are free. The public Sustainival is just across the street June 8-11th, and attracts several thousand, contributing to our expected attendance of 1,000.

BIG IDEAS - ENTERTAINING -
A central feature of the Festival - not yet advertized, is ENTERTAINMENT under the
dome - the Central pavilion, including:

1. Big Ideas. Several of the most popular presentations of big and very big ideas selected from our Red Deer and Drayton Valley events. Presentations will be on the hour and half hour from 1:30 through 6:30pm, allowing up to 12 presentations of big and very big ideas.

2. #Innovation. A VERY impressive voice with an important message re innovation: emerging technologies, engaging youth and the creative arts, will follow the 6:30 presentation.

3. The Future. As the exposition winds down with the formal program wrapping up at 8:30, we've arranged for an awesome surprise.

If interested as a presenter and/or exhibitor please reply ASAP.

ADDITIONAL IDEAS?
We are open to suggestions of additional presentations by Alberta innovations and innovators.

SPONSORS
Needed - lotsa exclusive exposure contributing to what promises to be a one-of-a-kind, signature event.
http://www.scoop.it/t/alberta-tech/p/4077388775/2017/04/05/festival-of-big-ideas?utm_medium=social&utm_source=googleplus
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