January 2011
Federal Scientific Activities;2011/2012, p6
The article reports update on the Canadian government's spending on science and technology (S&T) sector. It provides an overview on the 9.8 percent increase of federal spending in the sector in 2009-2010, which also represents the 46.5 percent raise in inflation rate. Moreover, it also reveals the federal department and agencies' 38,968 full-time equivalent positions engaged in the S&T industry.


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