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|The Canadian Mining Industry Research Organization, CAMIRO, is a not-for-profit organization run by the mining industry to manage collaborative mining research. Former multi-sponsored research efforts MRD, MIROC, and MITEC, have been amalgamated in CAMIRO to improve service, reduce duplication and increase efficiency of administrative expenditures.|
|Canadian Light Source Inc. (CLSI), Canada's national synchrotron research facility. Located at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, the CLS is a world-class, state-of-the-art facility that is advancing Canadian science, enhancing the competitiveness of Canadian industry and contributing to the quality of life of people around the world.|
|The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI), located in Sudbury, Ontario, is continuing its R&D efforts to facilitate the delivery of step-change research initiatives which are deemed critically important to the mining industry. It strives to establish excellence in strategic areas of research: deep mining, mineral exploration, integrated mine engineering, environmental and sustainability.|
|A consortium of applied research for the treatment and processing of mineral substances, Consortium de recherche minérale (COREM) relies on its dynamic alliance with members and partners to improve the competitiveness of industrial operations through the development and transfer of technological innovations which are consistent with sustainable development objectives.|
|Diversification de l'exploration minerale au Quebec (DIVEX) is a geoscientific research network in Québec (Canada). The network is formed of about thirty earth scientists who share the common objective of supporting mineral exploration diversification with the help of scientific research. DIVEX network's mission is to support and stimulate R&D about mineral exploration in Québec universities.|
|LOOKNorth is a Canadian Centre of Excellence for Commercialization and Research established by C-CORE, an international leader in R&D for harsh environments. Headquarted in C-CORE's facilities at Memorial University (St. John's, NL), LOOKNorth's purpose, in collaboration with a broad network of industry, business and research partners, is to validate and commercialize remote sensing (RS) technologies that support responsible, sustainable resource development in Canada's North.|
LOOKNorth focuses on natural resource industries (particularly oil & gas, mining and hydro-power), as well as the transportation sector related to these. It aims to leverage RS technologies and derived data products/services that can provide information to overcome knowledge gaps and positively impact project economics, accelerate permitting and improve operational safety.
|Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research COrporation (MIRARCO) is a not-for-profit corporation that operates with support from the private and public sectors. The driving force behind MIRARCO is a dedicated workforce made up of experienced professionals and students at all levels of post-secondary education. This hybrid of academic and professional dynamics has helped advance the innovative research for which MIRARCO is well known.|
The National Research Council Canada is the Government of Canada's premier organization for research and development. NRC partners with Canadian industry to take research impacts from the lab to the marketplace, where people can experience the benefits. This market-driven focus delivers innovation faster, enhances people's lives and addresses some of the world`s most pressing problems.
|The Research & Development Corporation (RDC) is a provincial Crown corporation that was established to improve Newfoundland and Labrador's research and development (R&D) performance. |
The mandate of the RDC is to strengthen the focus, quantity, quality and relevance of research and development undertaken in the province and elsewhere for the long-term economic benefit of the province. Increased research and development activities will play a major role in driving innovation, creating wealth and increasing economic growth in Newfoundland and Labrador for future generations.
|Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is Saskatchewan's leading provider of applied R&D and technology commercialization. The SRC takes the leading-edge knowledge developed in Saskatchewan and sell it to the world and, at the same time, bring the best knowledge the world has to offer and apply it to the unique Saskatchewan situations.|
|The Yukon Research Centre (YRC) is a research and innovation centre at Yukon College that brings together several programs and services with the common goal to develop collaborative research and innovation important on climate change in the North. Current Programs include: the Northern Research Institute, the Yukon Cold Climate Innovation Centre, the Yukon Technology Innovation Centre, the Northern Climate ExChange, Yukon Innovators in the Schools, and the Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada.|
The YRC is dedicated to Yukon-based research on climate change adaptation and the development and commercialization of cold climate technologies that address the needs of northerners and their communities.