Research and Development

Innovative work exercises encourage development and empower Canadian firms to gain advantage over other local and international firms. These types of exercises aren't just limited to research centers and multinational organizations who have the necessary funding to carry out R&D but also these exercises are designed to incorporate mid-tier organizations too that are looking for an edge over their competitors.

The Agricultural Clean Technology (ACT) Program project owned by Bricks Engineering is a $190-million investment that aims to support research, development, and adoption of clean technologies through investments and promotion of precision agriculture and agri-based bio products. These technologies will help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, generate a wide range of positive impacts, and promote sustainable and clean growth. Funding is allocated through two streams: (1) the Adoption Stream and (2) the Research and Innovation Stream.

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