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Science and innovation are necessary to address Canada’s grand challenges and to build robust and inclusive prosperity and resiliency in the 21st century. Science and innovation touch every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and a society.
“To ensure that Canadians and Canada continue to benefit from science and innovation, the IOG is driving an evolution in science and innovation policies and governance,” said Toby Fyfe, IOG President, “I am pleased to announce the creation of a Science and Innovation Advisory Council to support IOG’s new Science and Innovation area of practice.”
The IOG Science and Innovation practice focuses on learning and leadership development, advisory services, and independent research. The Science and Innovation Advisory Council is comprised of leading thinkers and doers in each of these three areas:
For more information about Science and Innovation at the IOG, contact Jeff Kinder, Executive Director, Science and Innovation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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