Risk of research re-exodus raised

March 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/4/2009 Doctor's Health Matters, Vol. 180, p498
Academic Journal
The article reports on the fiscal allocation for research in the 2009/10 federal budget of Canada. It notes the confusion among senior officials at Canada's three granting councils following Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's announcement about cuts in council budgets. Finance officials said that the cuts were aggregated resulting to a $147.9-million cut in council budgets for three years. Research-related measures included in Flaherty's fiscal blueprint are also presented.


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