The Huffington Post reports on a study published by UofT’s Martin Prosperity Institute.  Canada’s status among the most creative nations has improved, thanks to inclusiveness and diversity.

This makes a lot of sense since creativity and innovation come about when new associations are made.  The quantity and diversity of sources increases creative potential, thus a society where people from around the world routinely work together is a society with enormous creative potential.

But are Canadian businesses and educational institutions doing enough to foster this potential?  Could we become more creative and innovative?