Managing Science and Technology
Environment Canada's S&T is managed to achieve scientific excellence, develop federal S&T policies, and ensure the effectiveness of policy implementation. Strategic management also improves integration of science with partners in other federal departments and collaboration with science partners outside the Department including the academic or private sectors.
Environment Canada's Science Strategy
Environment Canada’s Science Strategy 2014-2019 is a major milestone for the Department, as it represents a truly department-wide strategy for Environment Canada’s science. The Strategy sets out a vision, mission and principles that represent common goals across the entire Department to better integrate science into the decision-making process and delivery of the Departmental mandate.
Measuring Environment Canada's Research and Development Performance
Environment Canada is carrying out high-calibre, on-target R&D that meets public priorities." This statement is based on evidence reported in a January 2010 publication Measuring Environment Canada’s R&D Performance.
Environment Canada’s Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
Environment Canada's Science Horizons Program is a collaborative effort with Canadian universities, the private sector and other non-government organizations which offer promising young scientists and post-secondary graduates hands-on experience working on environmental projects under the mentorship and coaching of experienced scientists and program managers. Read more about the program.
Federal S&T Policy
- Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada's Advantage (2007)
- In the Service of Canadians: A Framework for Federal Science and Technology (2005)
S&T Policy Links
- Innovation, Research, Science and Technology (Industry Canada)
- Science, Technology and Innovation Council
- Council of Canadian Academies
- Independent Panel of Experts on Transferring Federal Non-Regulatory Laboratories
- Science and Technology Data
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