Canada's S&T Strategy: Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada's Advantage
On May 17, 2007, Prime Minister Stephen Harper released the Government of Canada’s Science and Technology Strategy, Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada’s Advantage. The Strategy is focused on making Canada a world leader through S&T.
Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada's Advantage
Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada's Advantage: Progress Report 2009
Bovine Serological Survey 2007–2008
Science and Technology Data
The annual Science and Technology Data publication brings together relevant information collected by Statistics Canada and the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development. It provides international comparisons for Canada's performance in science, technology, research and development, human resources and commercialization and output.
Federal S&T Map
The Integration Board Federal Science and Technology (S&T) Map of Outcomes and Activities is a snapshot of federally-performed and federally-led S&T. It provides a holistic view of where federal S&T supports opportunity and growth for Canada and where it helps mitigate risks to Canadians.
The Map describes the work of the federal S&T community, not by departmental mandates, but by categorizing federal S&T into five domains: economy, energy, environment, health, and security and defence. This allows linkages to be made between the work of different departments. Each domain consists of a set of themes that cluster the S&T activities the federal government undertakes. These activities deliver on the mission critical outcomes of the domain. Each theme is then broken down into a set of portfolios, which describe the activities being undertaken.
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