By Rhonda Moore, Farah Qaiser, Jeff Kinder, and Rachael Maxwell

The Institute on Governance (IOG) and Evidence for Democracy (E4D) have partnered together to offer a non-partisan analysis* of science and innovation commitments in the Bloc Quebecois, Conservative, Green, Liberal and NDP party political platforms, through a lens of policy for science and science for policy.

COVID-19 has put science in the global spotlight like never before. From immunology, virology and epidemiology, to genome sequencing and mRNA vaccines, the solutions delivered by science have unfolded at a pace unmatched by nearly any other tool at our disposal over the past 18 months. This problem-solving capacity should not be tucked away for the next crisis, but deliberately deployed as an approach to tackling our biggest challenges. 

Is Canada done with the Fundamental Science Review?

 Ahead of the (likely) federal election, we’re revisiting the recommendations from the Fundamental Science Review and we want to hear from you too

As the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated, science should be shared in plain language — so that readers can easily find, understand and use information. Recognizing this, Evidence for Democracy (E4D) has prepared a toolkit that technical experts can use to write plain language summaries

Hi, I'm Nada!

My name is Nada Salem, and I’m thrilled to be joining Evidence for Democracy as the new Communications and Campaigns Coordinator.

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