55th Annual Premiers’ Conference / 55è Conférence Annuelle des premiers ministres

Rencontre estivale / Summer summit : 26-30/08/2014 – Charlottetown, Ile-du-Prince-Edouard / PEI

Alors que s’achève aujourd’hui la 55ème Conférence Annuelle des premiers ministres à Charlottetown, IPE, retrouvez quelques publications dans le déroulé de notre blog.

Nous vous invitons également à parcourir les communiqués de presse à :

The 55th Annual Premiers’Conference is ending today. We gladly invite you to read some publications on our blog. In addition, pls see all press releases: http://www.pmprovincesterritoires.ca/en

Bonne fin de semaine / Enjoy your weekend!

Une main d’œuvre qualifiée (55ème Conférence annuelle des premiers ministres, à Charlottetown, IPE)

Une main d'œuvre qualifiée.

55ème Conférence annuelle des premiers ministres : http://www.pmprovincesterritoires.ca/fr

55th Annual premiers’Conference: http://www.pmprovincesterritoires.ca/en

La Colombie-Britannique et la Saskatchewan concluent un accord sur l’importation de vins et spiritueux

Source : Radio-Canada, 29 août 2014

Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

L’accord ci-dessus s’inscrit en marge du Conseil de la fédération à Charlottetown, Ile-du-Prince-Edouard (voir notre publication du 28/8/14).

Il est à noter que « ce genre d’échange est maintenant autorisé au Manitoba. La Nouvelle-Ecosse est sur le point de changer sa réglementation. La Saskatchewan est maintenant sur la bonne voie », a souligné Christy Clark, Première ministre de la C.-B.

En outre, Kathleen Wynne, Première ministre de l’Ontario, a déclaré « s’intéresser à un accord similaire pour sa province ».

Affaire à suivre…

Belle fin de semaine !

Open-source Thinking is Revolutionizing Medical Device Development

Open-source Thinking is Revolutionizing Medical Device Development.

Charlottetown, PEI – RDI, 28 Aug., 2014 – Trade

Following report highlights ministers’ discussions on Trade, in order to streamline provincial agreements and standards:


Science, technology and innovation policy

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

How are science and technology used outside research, and how can research foster innovation in Europe? These questions are particularly relevant in the light of the Europe 2020 strategy seeking to bring Europe out of the economic crisis, which aims to increase the proportion of Europe’s GDP spent on research and development from 2% to 3%. In addition, with Horizon 2020, the new European Research Framework Programme, using public funding for research and innovation, it is ever more important to make sure research money is well spent.

STOA, the Science and Technology Options Assessment body at the European Parliament, is an organisation that seeks both to answer questions about the relationship between science and society and to ensure that research is used in policy making. STOA has examined European leadership and innovation in research can be fostered or maintained. This focus on innovation has led to other work…

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Photonics: An industry moving at the speed of light

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Photonics is all around us; it is an integral part of modern human society, contributing to our daily lives. The science of photonics is the study an utilisation of light or photons. Consequently due to its interdisciplinary nature it crosses the fields of physics, chemistry and electrical engineering.

Fiber optics © Péter Mács / Fotolia

The majority of society is unaware if the collective study of phonics or its importance to industry. Instead of seeing devices that are produced by, or that use photonics, we simply see electronics. Unaware of the amazing technology within, it’s extensive nature or its complexities. Yet photonics is a sector that is increasingly vital to our economic growth and standard of living.it is driving innovation forward faster than ever before and revolutionising our lives, and altering the way we view and experience the world around us.

The most commonly known example of a photonic device is a…

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