Have your say in the future of science learning in Canada.

Join Mitacs, Let’s Talk Science, education leaders, policy-makers, and others at the Canada 2067 National Leadership Conference in Toronto, on December 5–6, 2017.

11/21/2017 - 12/31/1969

Meet the up-and-coming researchers honoured for their breakthrough discoveries at the 7th annual Mitacs Awards.


How can we support collaborations and opportunities in international education?

Join Mitacs, along with international education leaders, and policy-makers, at the 51st CBIE Annual Conference in Halifax, November 19–22, 2017.


Mark your calendars for two exceptional days in Ottawa to explore emerging digital technologies at the CANARIE National Summit 2017.

Join industry, scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, academia, and government to learn and discuss science, commerce, and security.


Explore gender equality and diversity in research and innovation at the Gender Summit in Montreal, on November 6–8, 2017.

Learn how your organization can benefit from incorporating equity and inclusion practices.


Celebrate Alberta’s thriving innovation community and meet researchers, young entrepreneurs, stat-up companies, students, and others at the 2017 ASTech Awards and Next Gen Innovators Showcase in Calgary on November 3, 2017.


You’re invited to join scientists, entrepreneurs, policy-makers, journalists, and students at the 2017 Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC), held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, November 1–3, 2017.


Learn about industry-academic funded opportunities to support your new or ongoing R&D project.

Mitacs is hosting a free webinar on October 25, 2017, with Lissa Matyas, Vice-President of International Partnerships, and Jesse Vincent-Herscovici, Vice-President of Business Development. 


Meet Canada’s leading entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, industry, academia, and government leaders at Startup Canada Day on the Hill, on October 19, 2017, in Ottawa.


Join us in Vancouver on September 7, 2017, at the Mexi-Can Forum.

The event connects industry, research, government, education, and non-profit thought leaders from Mexico and Canada to discuss the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).