In the foreign policy debate of the 2015 election campaign, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau declared emphatically that peacekeeping “is something that a Canadian prime...Lire le texte UN peacekeeping: Canada’s back? When? How?
Pacific salmon are considered the most culturally iconic, economically valuable animals on the Canadian West Coast. But many salmon populations have declined in abundance...Lire le texte A window opens for Pacific Canada’s Wild Salmon Policy
Around the world, governments are committing to the idea of open government: being transparent and accountable to citizens. (Please see my previous article for...Lire le texte Progress on open government is not guaranteed
Science policy is divided into two central domains: science for policy, which pertains to the policy infrastructure and uses of scientific knowledge in government...Lire le texte A new “Indian register” for Indigenous DNA?
Canadians have never been more prominent in space. Former astronaut Chris Hadfield has become a YouTube sensation for his video and Internet chats with...Lire le texte Canada’s space policy and the US’s gravitational pull
A great deal of hope for a secure economic and democratic future for Canada appears to hinge on “innovation.” The federal government describes innovation...Lire le texte Look twice at the digital agricultural revolution
Une entreprise effectue des tests génétiques destinés directement aux consommateurs (DDC) afin d’offrir aux parents la possibilité de découvrir les talents « cachés » de leurs...Lire le texte Le flou des tests génétiques offerts aux consommateurs
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Historically, agriculture has experienced three major innovations: mechanization, the introduction of chemicals and the application of modern genetics. All have significantly changed how food...Lire le texte The three stages of innovation in agriculture