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The rapid development of information technology and medical research in the 21st century is a result of the increasing number of inventions. Inventive activity is thought to be an important catalyst for economic change and increased productivity. In order to measure a location's inventive potential, different aspects such as geographic location, corporate assistance, and socio-economic factors can be studied. This study examines the spatial distribution and typology of Canadian inventions fordoi:10.32920/ryerson.14667888.v1 fatcat:6e6ka4bxs5gx7dzxq5qk6q4kce