TEN at the Canadian Science Policy Conference

November 21, 2013.
Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation visits The Evidence Network exhibit

Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation visits The Evidence Network exhibit at Canadian Science Policy Conference 2013.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada – November 21, 2013 – Donna Cansfield, Ontario Member of the Provincial Parliament for Etobicoke Centre, and Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation visits with Steve Lightstone, The Evidence

Donna Cansfield, Ontario Member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament for Etobicoke Centre and Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation and Steve Lightstone, The Evidence Network Vice President Client Services at the Canadian Science Policy Conference.

Donna Cansfield, Ontario Member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament for Etobicoke Centre and Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation and Steve Lightstone, The Evidence Network Vice President Client Services at the Canadian Science Policy Conference.

Network Vice President of Client Services, at the annual Canadian Science Policy Conference held in Toronto, Ontario.

“We were pleased that Donna Cansfield would take the time out of her busy schedule to visit us in the exhibit hall,” says Mr. Lightstone. “We had a few minutes to chat about The Evidence Network and the work we are doing supporting innovation across the country and around the world.”

About The Evidence Network

The Evidence Network provides assessments of the impacts that innovation enablers and business support programs have on companies. TEN elicits attributed impacts directly from client companies, and determines:Impact on companies’ resources and capabilities; Impact on companies’ performance; Economic impact indicators, and The relationship between services, impact on companies’ performance, and impact on the economy.

About The Canadian Science Policy Conference:

The Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) was founded in 2008 by a diverse group of young and passionate professionals from industry, academia, and science-based governmental departments. CSPC serves as an inclusive, non-partisan and national forum uniting stakeholders, strengthening dialogue, and enabling action with respect to current and emerging issues in national science, technology, and innovation policy.

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