Why the fundamental science review is good news for Canada’s smaller universities
Whether located in Antigonish, Lennoxville, Sackville, Wolfville, or dozens of other small communities across Canada, our students and early-career researchers need and deserve the increased support called for by the Fundamental Science Review.
Science Minister Kirsty Duncan, pictured. In implementing the report’s key recommendations of the fundamental science review, the federal government will help universities of all sizes discover and develop new knowledge and fresh talent. And that, in turn, will build a more innovative, inclusive and prosperous future for all Canadians, writes Kent MacDonald. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright