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Jeremy Kerr, Kirsten Crandall, Alexa D’Addario, Gabrielle Ednie, Olga Koppel, Catherine Sirois-Delisle, and Matthew Watson

Jeremy Kerr holds the University Research Chair in macroecology and conservation at the University of Ottawa, where he is a professor and is active at the science-policy interface. Kirsten Crandall is a PhD student studying the ecological and environmental factors affecting the tick-borne disease system in Canada. Alexa D’Addario is a PhD student studying the movement of climate envelopes in invertebrate populations with respect to climate change. Gabrielle Ednie is a MSc student studying habitat capacity to provide microclimate refugia from climate extremes using remote sensing. Susan Gordon is a PhD student studying pollinator communities and their interactions with plant partners. Olga Koppel is a PhD student studying bumblebee responses to climate change across North America. Catherine Sirois-Delisle is a PhD student studying dragonfly responses to global change pressures across continents. Matthew Watson is a PhD student studying the global impacts of climate change on terrestrial vertebrates.

As Liberal MP Kirsty Duncan noted when she introduced the motion to create this new House Committee on Science and Research Committee in the last Parliament, 'over a half century has gone by during the most extraordinary scientific revolution in history, and successive Parliaments have produced just 12 reports [on science and research].' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
As Liberal MP Kirsty Duncan noted when she introduced the motion to create this new House Committee on Science and Research Committee in the last Parliament, 'over a half century has gone by during the most extraordinary scientific revolution in history, and successive Parliaments have produced just 12 reports [on science and research].' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade