Read an opinion piece by the Suzanne Fortier, principal and vice-chancellor of McGill University, Sophie D’Amours, rector of Université Laval and Guy Breton, rector of Université de Montréal, published recently in The Gazette:
…there’s never been a better time than now for Canada to become a world leader in science. The fact that our country has been relatively spared the political upheavals happening in the United States and Europe puts us in an excellent position to attract and retain the best researchers.
Our government has to act now. By increasing its support for researchers, it can give momentum to the entire country, to the lasting benefit all Canadians. We are convinced that with all the talent in our universities, the government’s efforts will soon bear fruit.
Read the full article here: