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Wednesday, September 20th is National Science Reading Day 2017!
Pick up a book, short story or magazine with a scientific edge and read along with the rest of the country.
Canada’s Science Literacy Week runs from September 18 – 24.
The Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan, commissioned the first review for fundamental science in 40 years. Based on the input received from Canadians during consultations, the panel presented a report containing 35 recommendations. In response to the report, some of the actions include: creating a new advisory council; establishing a new coordinating board for the granting councils; and reviewing the Canadian Institute of Health Research's legislation. Support for science is the foundation for innovation and stronger communities.
Science Minister Kirsty Duncan visited the High Arctic from July 17 to 21. She is the first science minister to meet with scientists who are actively monitoring the effects of climate change in the High Arctic. The Government of Canada is working with its partners in the North and the Indigenous community to support research that will safeguard Canada’s northern ecosystem.
Since September 2016, the Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan, has delivered on many of her mandate commitments and more. From a ban on asbestos to a search for a Chief Science Advisor, it’s been a busy year for science.
On July 11, 2017, Minister Chagger announces her support for the unprecedented federal/provincial collaboration to foster tourism in Atlantic Canada.
#Canada Learning Code Week is all about improving digital literacy in this country and getting young Canadians excited about coding skills. Minister Duncan encourages Canadians of all ages to take part in Canada Learning Code Week events and help build Canada's future.
Minister Chagger kicks off Tourism Week. See all that Canada has to offer.
Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan and Parliamentary Secretary for Science Kate Young discuss women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to celebrate International Women's Day.
The need for people trained in #STEM has never been greater. I challenge you to #BeCurious and #ChooseScience to help define the future you want to live in. It all starts with you!
No one sees the world quite like you. And your perspective just might be what the world needs. It starts with a decision to #ChooseScience for your future and start imagining the possibilities!
The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, launches the search for a Chief Science Advisor for Canada.
The position is now open to all Canadians. The full job description and information on applying can be found on the Governor in Council website. The application process is expected to close on January 27, 2017.
It's been a productive year. Let's look back at some of the many accomplishments we've made for science.
A salute to Canadian women whose groundbreaking contributions helped fight against gender discrimination, discover new treatments for cancer and map our universe. Together we champion theses pioneers and all women that have helped make Canada the extraordinary country that we know today.
October is Women's History Month in Canada. It is a time for Canadians to celebrate the achievements of women and girls as trailblazers throughout our history. It is a time to recognize that "Because of Her" Canada is the extraordinary country that we know today.
Please join me for the Canadian Women's Entrepreneurship Conference on November 9 in Toronto.
Our government has a vision: to build Canada as a global centre for innovation.
Discover innovations from Canada's past as the country looks to its future.
Minister Bains welcomes Bell Helicopter Textron Canada's plan to relocate the assembly of its new Bell 505 five-passenger commercial helicopter to Mirabel.
Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan and Parliamentary Secretary for Science Terry Beech launch Science Odyssey, 10 days of innovation and science discovery.
The Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) is a time-limited program that will provide up to $2 billion, over the next three years, to accelerate infrastructure projects at universities and colleges across Canada.
Discover how the Government of Canada is supporting science with funding announced in Budget 2016. Highlights presented by the Minister of Science, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan.
Minister of Small Business and Tourism, the Honourable Bardish Chagger, presents highlights for businesses from Budget 2016.
On , the Government of Canada tabled legislation that will help ensure greater access to reading material for print-disabled Canadians. The Marrakesh Treaty is an international agreement that will make it easier to create and share accessible versions of books with people around the world.
Join us in celebrating the contributions Canadian women have made to science and technology.
Join us in celebrating the entrepreneurial success of Canadian women.
The Government of Canada has announced that it is expanding the Computers for Schools (CFS) program.
The Government of Canada is bringing high-speed Internet to over 356,000 households in rural and remote communities across Canada.
By , the amount of spectrum available to provide mobile services to consumers will have grown by almost 60 percent since early 2014. This is the largest amount of spectrum ever released in such a short time in Canada, allowing Canadians and their families to benefit from the latest technologies and world-class services.
It's Time for Free and Open Trade in Canada
The Honourable James Moore, PC, MP
Minister of Industry
Vancouver, British Columbia
Get what you pay for. Under new rules, businesses must ensure their measuring devices are accurate.
Industry Minister James Moore addresses more than 200 guests at OpenText Corp.'s headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, on April 4 at the launch of Digital Canada 150.
The result of the 700 MHz spectrum auction validates our government's goal of at least four wireless players in every region of the country and raised $5.27 billion in revenue.
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