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Unleashing the Growth Potential of Key Sectors (February 6, 2017)
 Report by the Canadian Advisory Council on Economic Growth
Unlocking Innovation to Drive Scale and Growth (February 6, 2017)
Report by the Canadian Advisory Council on Economic Growth
The Path to Prosperity (February 6, 2017)
Executive Summary Report by the Canadian Advisory Council on Economic Growth
2020 HR Strategy for PEI BioAlliance (2016)
Canada Advances Solutions for Global Aquaculture Productivity (2016)
In this feature article in the International Animal Health Journal - the BioAlliance lays out Prince Edward Island’s significant role in Canada’s advanced solutions for global aquaculture productivity.
The Prince Edward Island Bioscience Cluster Economic Impact Analysis (2014)
An economic analysis of the Prince Edward Island Bioscience Cluster suggests that this relatively new economic sector is already having a profound impact on the Island’s economy. The report, released by the Prince Edward Island BioAlliance and carried out by David Campbell of Jupia Consultants, confirms that the bioscience sector has become an important growth engine for the PEI economy.
“Sequencing the data, People – Driving Canada’s Bio-economy” Labour Market Information (LMI) Report (2013)
BioTalent Canada, along with Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies (Rx&D), released a new Labour Market Information (LMI) report that identifies biotech industry workforce trends. The report “Sequencing the data, People – Driving Canada’s Bio-economy” identifies key human resources (HR) challenges and trends for Canada’s biotech industry across all subsectors including life sciences and pharmaceuticals. Read Report here.
Strategy for Prince Edward Island Bioscience Cluster Development (2012 - 2015)
A renewed strategy outlining a number of recommendations for further growth of the PEI Bioscience Cluster.
Innovation PEI - Programs & Services for Businesses (2011)
Innovation PEI offers a series of programs and services to help businesses create jobs and strengthen the economy.
Becoming A Somewhere: Developing, Attracting, and Retaining High quality Personnel. (2010)
An HR Strategy for the Prince Edward Island Bioscience Sector (July 2010)
PEI High School Cooperative Education Program (2010)
This document gives a description of the Coop program, outlining the benefits, placement criteria, and contact information for each school district.
PEI Guide to Employment Standards (2010)
The Guide to Employment Standards in Prince Edward Island was developed to help the employer and employee better understand the intent of the employment standards legislation.
PEI BioAlliance Quick Facts (2010)
A helpful overview that presents the numbers behind the bioscience sector on PEI and serves as a go-to description of the mandate and mission of the PEI BioAlliance.
Collaboration to Commercialization (2009)
A magnified explanation of the PEI Bioscience Cluster from our vision and our supportive business environment, to our technical and scientific infrastructure, partners and companies across the industry.
Growing the Island Way (2009)
A report from the Commission on the Future of Agriculture & Agri-Food on PEI with detailed analysis and recommendations for the future of the industry.
Island Prosperity: A Focus for Change (2008)
A provincial government publication that outlines the government’s five-year economic strategy.
Strategy for PEI Bioscience 'Cluster Development' (2005)
A report that articulates the goals and vision of the PEI BioAlliance towards developing the Bioscience Cluster from its early form into a mainstay-industry on PEI.
Bioscience Human Resource Strategy (2005)
PEI’s initial study of the local bioscience sector which contains comprehensive information on anticipated supply and demand issues within the industry’s labour market.