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    Garneau on Canadian Technology Policy

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    Wednesday November 26, 2008
    CBC features an interview with Marc Garneau, new Liberal MP and former head of the Canada Space Agency.  Garneau, the Liberal science and technology critic, acknowledges that "there were a surprising number of people who contacted me who had questions and reservations about the current bill [C-61]."
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    Prentice Focuses on New Media, Networks As Research Priorities

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    Tuesday September 02, 2008
    Industry Minister Jim Prentice today accepted the recommendations for specific research priorities as part of Canada's Science & Technology Strategy.  Identified sub-priorities include new media, wireless and broadband networks, as well as telecom equipment.
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    Industry Committee on Canada's Science and Technology Strategy

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    Wednesday April 23, 2008
    The Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology has commenced the hearings on Canada's science and technology policy.  There are a handful of submissions online including CIPPIC, Tracey Lauriault, Russell McOrmand, the BCLA, and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters.  My submission is posted below:



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    Nature Criticizes Canadian Science Policy

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    Friday February 22, 2008
    Nature has published an editorial criticizing the Canadian government's commitment to science.  The editorial takes on both the Liberals and Conservatives for a "dismal" track record.
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