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2016-12-02 11:45 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Government assistance, Oral questions, Research chairs

Aide gouvernementale, Chaires de recherche, Questions orales

Mr. Speaker, this government understands that investments in science can help us attract and retain some of the best talent in order to continue our proud tradition of research excellence in Canada.

This morning the Minister of Science announced the latest results of the Canada research chairs competition. Can the Parliamentary Secretary for Science update the House on what the government is doing to support Canadian researchers?

Monsieur le Président, le gouvernement comprend qu'investir dans les sciences peut nous aider à attirer et à retenir certains des meilleurs talents afin de perpétuer notre fière tradition d'excellence en matière de recherche au Canada.

Ce matin, la ministre des Sciences a annoncé les résultats du plus récent concours des chaires de recherche du Canada. Le secrétaire parlementaire pour les Sciences pourrait-il informer la Chambre de ce que fait le gouvernement pour appuyer les chercheurs canadiens?

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Posted at 15:26 on December 02, 2016

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