Popular culture is filled with science-free noise about vaccines. And much of the noise is aimed directly at parents. From Donald Trump’s nasty anti-vax...Read More Timothy Caulfield: Vaccines work and “natural” alternatives are bunk!
Imagine putting months of work into an article to have it read by only 10 people. This is the situation in much of academia...Read More Why more academics should engage with the media
One of Prime Minister Trudeau’s many commitments at the COP21 climate conference held in Paris in December 2015 was to meet Canada’s intended nationally determined...Read More How one province met Canada’s 2030 emissions reduction target
For Canada’s economy to grow and create jobs, it is vital that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have access to the equity capital needed...Read More Facilitating access to equity capital for small and medium-sized enterprises
This week, we spoke with James Fergusson, director of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies at the University of Manitoba, about the changing...Read More Refocusing Canada’s international security agenda
An average paper in a peer-reviewed academic journal is read by no more than 10 people, according to Singapore-based academic Asit Biswas and Oxford...Read More Linking academic research with the public and policy-makers
The good news is that Health Canada has approved Mifegymiso for sale in Canada. Mifegymiso is a combination of drugs that, taken together, cause...Read More Abortion pill: One step forward, two steps back