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Byline: David Nicklaus
Oct. 18--TORONTO -- The 120 participants in the Regional Chamber and Growth Association's annual Leadership Exchange got plenty of best-practices advice from this business capital of Canada, with its vibrant downtown and celebrated cultural diversity.
But for the businesspeople in the group, the most practical advice may have come from a far smaller city hundreds of miles to the west. Austin Beggs, marketing manager of the Innovation Place research park in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, spoke to the St. Louis group on Tuesday about how the small prairie city became Canada's center of plant biotechnology. St. Louis, of course, wants to attain …