The 7th Canadian Science Policy Conferences will be held in Ottawa from November 25 to 27. The conference will bring together scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, journalists, students and many others from across the country to discuss the present and future of Canadian science, technology, and innovation policy. To view the program and register, visit the website: http://cspc2015.ca/
Statistics Canada is inviting research proposals for two pilot projects that will help develop and test confidentiality vetting rules to enable broad access to two large administrative datasets in the RDCs. The first project pertains to Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Permanent Resident Landing files and the deadline is October 28. The second project pertains to the roll-out of the Longitudinal Administrative Databank (LAD) in the RDCs and the deadline is October 5.
To increase the awareness of the research potential of the Aboriginal Peoples Survey (APS), Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, in conjunction with the CRDCN and Statistics Canada, is offering financial support to encourage researchers to analyse the 2012 APS now available in the RDCs. The deadline to submit a proposal is November 1. Read the call for proposals for more details.