Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016
In the developing world, every year close to eight million children die mostly of preventable causes. Life expectancy in some countries is 40, half of a Canadian's typical longevity
Not only would our $3-billion-plus-per-year on foreign aid be better spent if linked to science, but also four billion poor people in the developing world represent a huge market for Canada's science and technology services.
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