Report of the Advisory Panel on the Federal Research Support System

Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne and Minister of Health, Jean-Yves Duclos mandated a panel of seven experts, presided by Frédéric Bouchard, to provide advice on how the Government of Canada can modernize the federal system supporting research to maximize the impact of investments and position Canadian researchers for success.

The panel’s work began October 2022 and was presented to the ministers January 2023. The full report was made public March 20 2023.

Full Report (EN)
Rapport complet (FR)

Some of the reactions and interventions

Mention of the panel’s report in Canada’s 2023 federal budget presented March 22 2023 (p.110 in English version, p.126 in French Version).

Mention of the panel’s report in Canada’s 2024 federal budget, presented April 16 2024 (Chap4 pp.171-175 English Version, pp.196-201 French Version)

Presentation of research investments in 2024 Federal Budget

Chrystia Freeland highlights budget investments in research and innovation – April 19, 2024
07:30 my comments as chair of the Advisory Panel on the Federal Research Support System, Frédéric Bouchard, Faculté des arts et des sciences de l’Université de Montréal 11:55 Deputy Prime-Minister Chrystia Freeland (with a generous nod to our advisory’s panel work at 13:40) other comments by Gabriel Miller , Wasiimah Joomunl, Chad Gaffield , Kaitlin Kharas, Melanie Woodin, Alán Aspuru-Guzik

In the media

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