The Canada 150 Research Chairs program has opened to international applicants that want to bring their research program to Canada. Science Minister Kristy Duncan announced the program as being open to researchers from any discipline, and at any stage of their careers.
“The Canada 150 Research Chairs Program is designed to attract 15 to 35 internationally-based researchers and scholars to Canada, including Canadian expatriates who wish to return home. These researchers and scholars will bring their knowledge and expertise to universities across the country, and will help students train to become tomorrow's professionals: the researchers, medical professionals, engineers, entrepreneurs and teachers whose contributions help build a better Canada and grow the middle class”
Read the full release and find links to the program at Newswire.