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Brain Drain in Canada – Reversing it

In the 1990s, this country was consumed with the spectre of a “brain drain”: the loss of Canada flagscientific, engineering and medical talent to the U.S. in an era of Canadian belt-tightening.

“There was a very real concern that the scientific community in the country would implode,” says Alan Bernstein, president of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR). “Science is all about people. So when you invest in science, you’re investing in people. And when those people leave, you have nothing.”A slew of programs, old and new, have reversed the brain-drain narrative.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  How Canada reversed the ‘brain drain’ | Toronto Star

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