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Quebec critical mineral strategy blurs environmental lines

As the world gathers in Montreal to consider how to preserve the world’s threatened biodiversity, many observers see a threat that is too close to home — extracting minerals to make electric vehicles and fight climate change, in natural settings that might be better left alone.

Looking inland for oceanic inspiration

Young people in Ontario may not live near the ocean, but a survey reveals that many of them care deeply about this massive ecosystem and want careers in the growing Blue Economy.

The Short Report - November 30, 2022: Canada's first space-tech law group; Mitacs innovation awards; funding Canada's climate adaptation strategy; updating Canada's code development system, and more

Corporate law firm aims to fill a gap in Canada’s growing space tech industry; Mitacs recognizes innovation, leadership and commercialization at Ottawa awards ceremony; Environment and Climate Change Canada earmarks $1.6 billion in Canada’s first national climate adaptation strategy; a new model for the National Model Codes development system, and more.

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Volume 36 November 23 2022

Busy committee members report in person

The Canada Research Coordinating Committee continues to focus on leading challenges in R&D and innovation. One of those challenges — a lack of live venues for talking about them — was finally overcome at this year’s Canadian Science Policy Conference.

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Looking offshore for new carbon sinks

Researchers have generally looked on land for places to store carbon to mitigate climate climate change. A team led by the University of Victoria is now looking around Canada’s extensive coastline for undersea sites that might do an even better job.

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No charge, but plenty of value

Neutrons — more specifically, useful beams of them — have become a scarce economic and scientific commodity in Canada. A newly formed organization intends to restore this valuable resource for research and innovation.

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