Thank you for your interest in submitting an editorial with the CSPC!

Write an editorial for CSPC’s special editorial feature

The world has been in an unprecedented state of crises with the current war on Ukraine and longstanding pandemic, and the effects reverberate through the science and policy corridors globally.

CSPC invites you to share your opinions on the impact of the crises on Canadian and international science and innovation. The editorials may address the national or international impact on issues including but not limited to international scientific collaboration, defense, climate change, green energy, and disruption of supply chains.

Editorials will be published on the CSPC website and shared on CSPC social media channels, as well as in upcoming newsletters, ensuring wide exposure to stakeholders in science, technology, and innovation across Canada.

The publications will be posted on a rolling basis as we receive them on or before July 22nd, 2022.

Editorials must follow the guidelines described here and sent to editorial@sciencepolicy.ca. As our plan is to publish the editorials on a rolling basis, we encourage you to submit your piece at your earliest convenience.

Featured topic:

“Building Resilience During International Crisis”

Editorial Submission Form for Featured topic
Formulaire de soumission éditoriale pour le sujet présenté

Editorials can be submitted either as part of a formal editorial call, or on a rolling basis as a standalone piece. We publish submitted editorials year-round.

To see editorials we have previously published, visit CSPC Editorials.

See All Editorials

How to Submit:

Editorials are typically 600-1000 words and submitted through the below form.

You may include up to 3 figures to complement your piece, submitted as separate files in addition to being included in the text so that they can be posted in the highest resolution possible.

Please include a recent headshot photo of each author as a part of your submission. Headshots should be sent as .png or .jpeg files, and high resolution is preferred.

The Editorial submission guidelines form provides detailed guidelines on how to submit your editorial and must be submitted along with the article.

Editorial Submission Form
Formulaire de soumission éditoriale

If you have any questions about writing an editorial for CSPC, please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Committee at editorial@sciencepolicy.ca.

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“Building Resilience During International

Crisis”

Thank you for your interest in submitting an editorial with the CSPC!

Write an editorial for CSPC’s special editorial feature

The world has been in an unprecedented state of crises with the current war on Ukraine and longstanding pandemic, and the effects reverberate through the science and policy corridors globally.

CSPC invites you to share your opinions on the impact of the crises on Canadian and international science and innovation. The editorials may address the national or international impact on issues including but not limited to international scientific collaboration, defense, climate change, green energy, and disruption of supply chains.

Editorials will be published on the CSPC website and shared on CSPC social media channels, as well as in upcoming newsletters, ensuring wide exposure to stakeholders in science, technology, and innovation across Canada.

The publications will be posted on a rolling basis as we receive them on or before July 22nd, 2022.

Editorials must follow the guidelines described here and sent to editorial@sciencepolicy.ca. As our plan is to publish the editorials on a rolling basis, we encourage you to submit your piece at your earliest convenience.

To see editorials we have previously published, visit https://sciencepolicy.ca/editorials/.

Thank you for your interest in submitting an editorial with the CSPC!

Write an editorial for CSPC’s special editorial feature

The world has been in an unprecedented state of crises with the current war on Ukraine and longstanding pandemic, and the effects reverberate through the science and policy corridors globally.

CSPC invites you to share your opinions on the impact of the crises on Canadian and international science and innovation. The editorials may address the national or international impact on issues including but not limited to international scientific collaboration, defense, climate change, green energy, and disruption of supply chains.

Editorials will be published on the CSPC website and shared on CSPC social media channels, as well as in upcoming newsletters, ensuring wide exposure to stakeholders in science, technology, and innovation across Canada.

The publications will be posted on a rolling basis as we receive them on or before July 1.

To see editorials we have previously published, visit CSPC Editorials.

See All Editorials
If you have any questions about writing an editorial for CSPC, please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Committee
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Thank you for your interest in submitting an editorial with the CSPC!

Editorials can be submitted either as part of a formal editorial call, or on a rolling basis as a standalone piece. We publish submitted editorials year-round.

Call for Editorials on:

Building Resilience During International Crisis

Appel à la soumission d’éditoriaux sur:

Renforcer la résilience en période de crise internationale

Editorials are typically 600-1000 words and submitted through the below form.

You may include up to 3 figures to complement your piece, submitted as separate files in addition to being included in the text so that they can be posted in the highest resolution possible.

Please include a recent headshot photo of each author as a part of your submission. Headshots should be sent as .png or .jpeg files, and high resolution is preferred.

The Editorial submission guidelines form provides detailed guidelines on how to submit your editorial and must be submitted along with the article.

Editorial Submission Form
Formulaire de soumission éditoriale

If you have any questions about writing an editorial for CSPC, please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Committee at editorial@sciencepolicy.ca.