Tag Archives: Satellite Canada Innovation Network

Moving the needle for Canadian space regulation and licensing

This is a Mosaic of Canada which is made from 121 images captured by Canadian satellite RADARSAT-2.

Changes to the space regulatory environment in Canada, including the Remote Sensing Space Systems Act (RSSSA), has and will continue to take time. To provide some insight into the process, we present the following update from Michelle Mendes from the Satellite Canada Innovation Network (SatCan) who was a member of the RSSSA Ad-Hoc Advisory Committee.

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A Recap of the 2019 Canadian Space Summit

Opening day 3 sessions with Minh On and Ryan Anderson

The annual Canadian Space Summit was an opportunity for stakeholders to get together to learn the latest from their colleagues and in the case of this years conference, the public unveiling of a new government conceived SatCom consortium.

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Satellite Canada Looking to Launch Space Innovation Supercluster

Canada Innovation Superclusters

When the Liberal government announced the Innovation Superclusters Initiative (ISI) with up to $950 million in funds available through 2022, the space community immediately took notice and began scouring the program guide for details. From the get go, one of the biggest challenges would be the meeting the matching fund requirement of the $125-$250 million for each supercluster.

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