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All Talk – No Action: Making the Case for Space in Canada

Alouette 1 ready to ship for launch

Ironically, on the eve of its anniversary this week, hearing that Canada was the third nation in space again causes me to want eat my own liver – not because the feat is not notable or something not to be proud of, but because often it is brought forward under the wrong context. We should not be asking “why Canada cannot keep doing these great …

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Canada and U.S. Space Cooperation Remains Strong but Funding Drives Programs

Laura Dawson, Director of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute moderating a panel with Canadian Space Agency president Sylvain Laporte and past president Mac Evans

On September 7 the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute in Washington organized a one day event titled “Over the Horizon: A New Era for Canada-U.S. Space Cooperation?” As with many events like this, discussions behind the scenes is where a lot of the action was. Though, there was one clear fact that no one could surmount.

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