What does a culture of innovation mean to Canadians?
Ever wondered where the recycling blue box came from? Or the life jacket? Or Kids Help Phone? These are Canadian innovations that enhance — and in some cases save — lives every day. And they were born out of a culture that encourages and enables social innovation.
But we’re in unprecedented times. As we enter into a period of economic and social recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, we’ll need even more of this level of social innovation to help communities build back better. Are we prepared?
For its second annual Canada’s Culture of Innovation report, the Rideau Hall Foundation partnered with Edelman Public Relations to survey people across Canada. The Foundation gained a valuable understanding of how the country is faring on our culture of innovation — and, particularly, how this kind of culture could produce solutions to our most pressing, complex social problems. Future of Good partnered with Rideau Hall Foundation to bring you an interactive breakdown of the report’s findings, discover the here.
Read the Culture of Innovation Report.