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In our first case study on evidence-informed decision-making in Canada, we explore how E4D sparked a grassroots movement to restore the role of science in Canada’s political culture.

We found that nearly 18% of Members of Provincial Parliament in Ontario have a credential related to science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine

In collaboration with Elect STEM, E4D volunteers reviewed which of the candidates running for office in the 2022 Ontario provincial election have a degree or background in science, technology, engineering, mathematics or medicine (STEMM)

Leigh Paulseth. A scientist who ran for office

In this guest blog post, Leigh Paulseth recounts why she ran as a Green Party candidate during the 2021 federal election, and how we can better support scientists who choose to run for public office

By Leigh Paulseth

Lessons Learned from S2PA

E4D hosted 25 early-career researchers for our inaugural Science to Policy Accelerator program. Here’s a snapshot of what we learned together.

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