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NOV 20-22: Canadian Science Policy Conference

The Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) brings together representatives from the public, private, academic and non-profit sectors of Canada to examine key policy challenges in science and innovation. CSPC 2013 will be held in Toronto at the Allstream Centre, November 20 to 22, 2013.

The CPSC invites your organization to become a Community Partner for CSPC 2013!

Become a Community Partner:

By becoming a Community Partner, you join the national science, technology and innovation policy network. Community Partners help in building a national science and innovation policy dialogue and spread the word about the upcoming CSPC conference. This would primarily involve publicizing CSPC 2013 to boost awareness and attendance. You can become a Community Partner by helping us with any of the following:

• Include CSPC announcements in your newsletter
• Circulate CSPC relevant news through your mailing list
• Include a link to CSPC on your website
• Donate advertising space to CSPC

All Community Partners benefit from supporting CSPC by raising the profiles of their organizations among the science and innovation policy community and the public. The support of Community Partners will be acknowledged on our website and in our printed conference proceedings. In addition, becoming a CSPC Community Partner is a great way to network with other organizations with an interest and stake in science policy in Canada. As a community partner we ask that you circulate our community announcements that are released occasionally.

Support the development of a strong science policy conference in Canada! To find out more about how to become a Community Partner and what your organization can do to support CSPC 2013, please contact: outreach@sciencepolicy.ca.

To view more information about  http://www.cspc2013.ca/


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