How sound science policy can make Ottawa better

One of the first jobs of a new chief science officer should be to hold the government accountable to its current science commitments.

Former chief statistician Munir Sheikh resigned when the Conservative government cancelled the long form census. Reinstating Statistics Canada’s independence should be a priority for the new government. The Hill Times photo by Jake Wright

By Stephen J. Toope

PUBLISHED : Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015 11:20 PM

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