Speaking in Hamilton on Tuesday, Premier Kathleen Wynne said her government can’t and shouldn’t separate social bottom lines like poverty and the environment from investing in Ontario’s economy.
The message seemed right up the alley of the small business owners, academics and politicians in the room at McMaster’s Innovation Park for Wynne’s overview of her government’s economic spending plan.
Life sciences and digital health are two frontiers that local innovators are exploring, said David Carter, head of the Innovation Factory. “Of course it’s about the science. But it’s also about community,” he said.