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The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) has finished building its new biomanufacturing facility in Montreal. This is Canada's first lab that will be capable of manufacturing made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccines.

However, the centre needs to go through several steps and approvals before actual vaccine production can begin. 

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A futuristic new store just opened in the Retail Innovation Lab on McGill University's downtown Montreal campus, and it's so high-tech that you can leave without paying for stuff you take — at least not in the traditional sense. 

The store — a partnership between McGill University and Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. — is designed as a "live testing ground" for retail innovation, including "frictionless technologies" that allows for contactless check-out.  

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Laval might soon have a new park that looks like something straight out of a sci-fi movie — complete with bike paths powered by artificial intelligence and "smart" picnic tables.

The idea is the result of a partnership between the City of Laval and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)'s Senseable City Lab.

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It may soon start to get just a little too cold to enjoy an outdoor picnic, however, one Montreal company is making out picnic dreams come true, even during the dead of winter. PICNIC MTL is a Montreal based company that creates the most breathtaking customize picnics, both outdoors and indoors.

Founder Taylor Rozenblat teamed up with The Boho Lab, a fabulous interior design store in Montreal, in order to create these picturesque events.

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