Nature: Canadian science wins billions in new budget

by Brian Owens, Nature Recommended 07.03.2018

“Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s administration released its 2018 budget on 27 February and scientists couldn’t be happier. It includes almost Can$4 billion (US$3.1 billion) in new funding for science over the next five years, a significant portion of which will go to the country’s three granting councils.”

Read the full story, including an interview with CIFAR President & CEO Dr. Alan Bernstein, in Nature.

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