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03/08/2017
Science Policy Exchange
Sign our open letter to Prime Minister Trudeau to let him know that Canada’s students support the full implementation of the Naylor Report’s...
03/08/2017
Science Borealis
Science Borealis is currently looking for a team of awesome social media volunteers! Are you interested in science and science communication, and...
03/08/2017
Canadian Science Publishing
A great image can capture a moment, communicate a message, and stir emotion; it can also help us to share the various aspects of our scientific work...
27/07/2017
Evidence for Democracy
Every year the government and parliamentary finance committee consult with Canadians on what should go into the next year's federal budget. You can...
27/07/2017
Evidence for Democracy
Canada is emerging from a decade in which our government systematically dismantled the research capacity of our nation. Now researchers in Canada are...
27/07/2017
The Government of Canada
The Government of Canada has released a discussion paper on the review of the environmental and regulatory processes currently underway. You are...
27/07/2017
Government of Canada
Food matters. The decisions we make as individuals and as a country about food have a direct impact on our health, environment, economy, and...
27/07/2017
Gender Summit
From November 6 to 8, 2017, close to 600 advocates of gender equality from science, innovation and development will participate in the Gender Summit...
19/07/2017
Ontario Science Centre
Where can you make a simple circuit, create a critter, spin a giant web and take in local history by way of a tree trunk? The Ontario Science Centre...
19/07/2017
Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars
CAPS/ACSP Executive Council is looking to implement a national group health/dental insurance plan for all postdocs working in Canada and perhaps even...
19/07/2017
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research
MSFHR has announced 53 funding-award recipients (20 Scholars and 33 Research Trainees) from across the lower mainland, Prince George, Kelowna and...
19/07/2017
Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation
School may be out, but summer is still a great time for learning and boosting your brain fitness. Building brain health is important for people...
13/07/2017
Canadian Space Agency
The Canadian Space Agency would like to congratulate Julie Payette on her appointment as the next Governor General of Canada. Ms. Payette has...
09/07/2017
The Conversation Canada
The launch of The Conversation Canada is an opportunity to contribute to the quality of explanatory journalism in this country — and the promise such...
09/07/2017
her VOLUTION
As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, we are celebrating Canadian Women in STEM with a one-day conference at Twenty Toronto Street Conferences and...
27/06/2017
Royal Society of Canada
Canadian Science Publishing, an independent, not-for-profit scholarly publisher dedicated to serving the needs of researchers and their communities,...
20/06/2017
Ontario Science Centre
High school student Anmol Tukrel has already begun to leave his mark on the global scientific community. Today, the seventeen-year-old from Markham,...
20/06/2017
Drug Free Kids Canada
Today, Drug Free Kids Canada (DFK) launched a national campaign to promote a new tool aimed at helping parents learn how to talk to their kids about...
17/06/2017
University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine
The University of Toronto welcomed the Acting President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Dr. Roderick McInnes, for an open...
17/06/2017
Evidence for Democracy
This one-hour webinar will provide a case study on translating original scientific research into concrete policy action. Participants will gain a...
17/06/2017
Canadian Research Data Centre Network
Canadian Research Data Centre Network's (CRDCN) annual conference will be held in Montreal this year and will focus on "The Many Faces of Inequality...
16/06/2017
HealthCareCan
This HealthCareCAN Issue Brief, funded by a grant from The J. W. McConnell Family Foundation, discusses the current state of food in hospitals, as...

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