CLIMATEDATA.CA applied to Buildings

Building Code Challenges and Natural Disasters Citizens and farmers are not the only ones concerned with climate change, construction professionals are as well. They worry about the vulnerability of infrastructure in the face of a changing climate.   Tornado in Lachute, Summer of 2017. Credit: La Presse According to a report [1] by Ouranos on […]

CLIMATEDATA.CA applied to agriculture

The impact of climate change on agriculture According to a study on the state of Canadian agriculture, 84% of people surveyed believe climate variability has a significant impact on their operations. Of the climate factors that affect agricultural operations, extreme and unpredictable weather is the most cited. Source: Ag Working Group – Outreach Survey Results […]

CLIMATEDATA.CA applied to healthcare

The impact of climate change on our health As many as 85% of Quebecers are concerned about climate change, according to a Leger poll released at the end of 2020. Climate change is having an impact on health and may hinder provincial strategies dedicated to improve quality of life: With climate events such as extreme […]

Applying CRIM’s speech technology to Indigenous languages

PRESS RELEASE | For immediate release CRIM is part of a vast technological project on Indigenous languages in Canada Montréal, December 5, 2018 – CRIM is proud to announce the beginning of a long-term collaboration with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) on a project to support the revitalization and preservation of Indigenous languages […]