The North

Shipbuilding contract leads to research funding in North

The funding comes from Irving Shipbuilding, which was required to spend 0.5 per cent of revenues from its shipbuilding contract with the government to help create a sustainable marine industry in Canada.

Among the research project taking place in the North, academics will accompany seal hunters to monitor possible pathogens in the animals. Photograph courtesy of Todd Flynn/Todd Russell


PUBLISHED : Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 12:00 AM

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