published 11/10/2017

Keith LaBossiere, TDS Managing Partner says “Just like our decision to move to True North Square, when we heard about the Manitoba Open Innovation Challenge, we knew we had to be part of it, because it built on our vision of being a progressive law firm focused on client service and community spirit.” LaBossiere adds, “We are honoured to collaborate with the other sponsors in the improvement of early literacy and numeracy for all children in Manitoba. We know overcoming these challenges will leave a lasting legacy for generations to come.”

For more information refer to the news release ‘North Forge Technology Exchange Opens Call For Innovation To Improve Early Childhood Literacy and Numeracy’, which was issued by The province of Manitoba on November 9, 2017.

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