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On Saturday, people from across Canada will participate in the international "March for Science" movement. At UHN, the country's largest research hospital, there's awareness – on a daily basis – of the importance of science to making smart decisions, improving health, and building prosperity.
UHN leadership, researchers, staff and trainees will participate in this year's March for Science Toronto event – from City Hall to Queen's Park – to show support for Canadian research.
Science impacts every aspect of our lives. It provides a way to protect our health and our environment, to make informed decisions, to innovate, to identify and address inequalities, and to create smart and sustainable economic growth.
While the benefits of science may often be taken granted, science advocacy – from grassroots to political activism – is key for Canada to safeguard and build a safe, healthy, prosperous and just society.
The aims of the march include:
Everyone is welcome to join in the march and show their support for science.Event: March for Science TorontoDate: Saturday, April 14, 2018Time: 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Location: Nathan Phillips Square
For the most updated event information, a detailed agenda and to RSVP your attendance, visit the
UHN event website.