RESEARCH: THE KEY TO CANADA'S WELL-BEING
Annual Symposium is a unique opportunity to learn about, examine and discuss
science and technology issues important to the socio-economic future of
Canada. Symposium 2001 will focus on the research in the biological and
physical sciences that has given rise to procedures for the diagnosis and
treatment of cancer. It will feature an impressive line-up of speakers who
will address current approaches. In their presentations they will also trace
how ideas developed in the laboratory emerge as new tools/chemical compounds
which contribute to the health of Canadians and to Canada’s commercial
well-being. Plan now to attend this important event.
DATE: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 from 3:30 pm - 9:00 pm
PLACE: Room 200, West Block, Parliament Hill, Ottawa
COST: NO CHARGE TO MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF
COMMONS, SENATORS AND PARLIAMENTARY PRESS
GALLERY MEMBERS. All others - $75.
Registration is limited; secure your place now by using the online registration
form. You may also contact Donna Boag, PAGSE Coordinator, email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
tel: (613) 991-6369, fax: (613) 991-6996.