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Nancy Andrews
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Amazon Prime Series The Future Code to Showcase Canada’s Ocean Supercluster

Filming Begins in Atlantic Canada Today The landmark television series exclusive to Amazon Prime called The Future Code will showcase Canada’s Ocean Supercluster and its game-changing projects that are developing innovative solutions to global ocean challenges and changing the way ocean business is done. “We are excited to share the story of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Announces $4.9M OceanDNA System™

  Today Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced its newest project, the OceanDNA System™. Led by eDNAtec Inc. together with partners Petroleum Research Newfoundland and Labrador, Nunavut Fisheries Association, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the OceanDNA System will revolutionize how to assess, monitor and characterize the ocean. With a total project value of $4.9 million, Canada’s Ocean

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Announces Indigenous Career Pivot Project

Alongside members of its Indigenous Working Group and Indigenous community partners, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced its newest project called the Indigenous Career Pivot Project. This is a first-of-its-kind ocean innovation ecosystem project in Canada that is now fully developed and ready to deploy. The project represents a total investment of more than $740,000 of which

Ocean Aware Project Announcement

For Immediate Release July 28, 2020 Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Announces $29M Ocean Aware Project' Today, alongside project partners, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced the Ocean Aware project. The Ocean Aware project will develop and commercialize world-class solutions for monitoring fish health, fish movement, and the environment, and supporting both profitable and sustainable practices in the ocean.

Ocean Supercluster Announces Second Call for Accelerated Ocean Projects

Ocean Supercluster Announces Second Call for Accelerated Ocean Projects (St. John’s, NL) Canada’s Ocean Supercluster (OSC) has launched a second Canada-wide Call for Proposals for its Accelerated Ocean Solutions Program (AOSP) to further invest in ocean projects and trigger additional industry investment in innovation and capacity-building in oceans during this challenging time. The AOSP supplements

#WorldOceansDay – Working Together For Sustainable Growth & Resilience in Oceans

It’s #WorldOceansDay & we’ve got a special video message to share: “Working together for sustainable growth and resilience in ocean.” Check it out here:

Competition to Reward Innovators and Entrepreneurs Who Can Solve Ocean-Related Industry Challenges

HALIFAX, NS (June 5, 2020) – Today, the Ocean Startup Project launched a competition, the Ocean Startup Challenge, for innovators and entrepreneurs from rural, Indigenous and urban communities, across Canada and internationally. While the world’s ocean economy is projected to reach $3 trillion by 2030, to achieve that potential industry must first overcome significant challenges.

Welcoming the Newest OSC Team Member, Nichola Anderson

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster is excited to announce the addition of Nichola Anderson to our team. As Events Specialist, she will play an integral role in the delivery of events, conferences, and forums. In doing so, Nichola will draw on her more than ten years experience across both public and private sectors in events and program

Call for Proposals for Short-Term Ocean Projects to Help Stimulate the Economy

Call for Proposals for Short-Term Ocean Projects to Help Stimulate the Economy  Canada’s Ocean Supercluster to Invest up to $35M in New Accelerated Ocean Solutions Program (May 8, 2020) Today Canada’s Ocean Supercluster (OSC) announced a Canada-wide Call for Proposals for its new Accelerated Ocean Solutions Program (Program). Through the Program, the supercluster will invest

Update from OSC – COVID-19 Measures – Monday, May 4, 2020

Across the country we continue to see the incredible efforts of frontline workers in the response to COVID-19. While there continues to be unknowns, we understand there is evidence that the steps we are all taking to keep each other healthy and safe are also helping in this effort. Last week the Prime Minister released