Watch the CSPC 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony

2021 Award Ceremony

The CSPC Science Policy Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to science policy, and throughout their career have championed and inspired the science policy community in Canada. This award recognizes the work of individuals who have worked in science policy over a period of many years and made a deep impact in Canadian science policy.

The Lifetime Achievement Award is nominated and selected by the CSPC Board of Directors. CSPC encourages all individuals and/or organizations to forward names of any persons who they believe might deserve to be nominated for this award to CSPC (info@sciencepolicy.ca). The CSPC is committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and encourages individuals from all groups to apply. An individual may win the CSPC award only once.

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2022 – Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:

Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Citizen Advocate on Environmental, Cultural and Human Rights

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2021 – Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:

Peter Nicholson

Chair of the Board, Canadian Institute for Climate Choices

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2020 – Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:

Robert Slater

Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University
Executive Director of the Regulatory Governance Initiative

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2019 – Lifetime Achievement Award Winner:

Paul Dufour

Principal, Paulicy Works
Senior Fellow, Institute for Science, Society & Policy, University of Ottawa

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