Kimberly Girling is the research and policy director of Evidence for Democracy, a nonprofit organization promoting science and the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making. She holds a PhD from the University of British Columbia.

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Fundamental science needs further investment

When the Liberals unveiled their newest federal budget in March, there was a strong focus on skill development and the future of work. Notable, too, were investments in science and research, including $114 million over …

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Science advice from coast to coast to coast

Late in 2017, Science Minister Kirsty Duncan unveiled her government’s new vision for science, an ambitious plan that aims to strengthen Canadian science, support evidence-informed decision-making and foster a culture of curiosity in Canada. Bolstered …

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