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11 April 2016

Since Confederation in 1867, Canada has identified and conducted itself as a country of two founding nations, the British and the French, while subordinating the status of Indigenous peoples. A new project is seeking to alter that narrative through...

4 April 2016

The Royal Society of Canada is pleased to announce the publication of a new Expert Panel report from its sister academy, the National Academies in the United States....

4 March 2016

The Royal Society of Canada was approached by Minister of Science, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, for advice on the role of the future Chief Science Officer (CSO) in Canada. 

The RSC’s response, prepared by the Committee on Expert Panels...

1 March 2016

The Royal Society of Canada is pleased to announce the publication of a new Expert Panel report from its sister academy, the National Academies in the United States....

11 February 2016

On December 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to establish February 11 as the first annual International Day of Women & Girls in Science. “...

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