Unity. Integration. Collaboration.

Canada’s New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization (NDRIO) is a national not-for-profit with a vision to harmonize and improve access to digital tools and services for Canadian researchers.

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Increasing researchers’ access to digital research infrastructure

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Enabling globally impactful innovation through Canadian research

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Growing and developing Canada’s highly qualified personnel

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Serving as a trusted broker and catalyst for collaboration

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Reflections, community insights and updates—a blog by CEO Nizar Ladak

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Portage Network Joins NDRIO

Advancing research data management locally, nationally and internationally

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Canadian DRI Needs Assessment

What does a future digital research infrastructure ecosystem look like to you?

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Strategic Plan: The Journey That Awaits Us

July 27, 2021 I recently watched Pixar’s short movie Soul. One of the movie’s characters, a younger fish, is swimming towards an older... Read Moreabout Strategic Plan: The Journey That Awaits Us
2020-21 Annual Report Released

2020-21 Annual Report Released

July 16, 2021 We are pleased to share NDRIO’s 2020-21 Annual Report, which we have submitted to Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada.... Read Moreabout 2020-21 Annual Report Released
Canada’s HQP Town Hall – July 21, 2021

Canada’s HQP Town Hall – July 21, 2021

July 21, 2021 Thank you to the participants who attended the HQP Town Hall on July 21, 2021. Here are links to the... Read Moreabout Canada’s HQP Town Hall – July 21, 2021
Members’ Meeting – July 7, 2021

Members’ Meeting – July 7, 2021

June 28, 2021 Thank you to the Members who participated in our Members’ Meeting on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. Here are links to... Read Moreabout Members’ Meeting – July 7, 2021
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