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A blue-ribbon panel charged with reviewing the state of science in Canada for the first time in 40 years says the system urgently needs new money — but also new thinking.

The federal science panel is calling for $1.3 billion in new money and an overhaul to the way research is overseen.

The panel recommends the creation of a new national advisory council on research and innovation, as well as a co-ordinating board for Canada’s research agencies.

“This report sets out a multi-year agenda that, if implemented, could transform Canadian research capacity and have enormous long-term impacts across the nation.” C. David Naylor, Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto (Chair)

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