Canada Proposes $60M (CA) Funding for Genome Canada in FY 05 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 24 (GenomeWeb News) -- Canada is proposing a $60 Million ($45 million US) funding in Fiscal Year 2005 for Genome Canada, the country's primary funding agency for genomics and proteomics research, Ralph Goodale, Canada's finance minister, said on Tuesday in a speech introducing the government's budget proposal to Canada's parliament.

Genome Canada has five genome centers spanning the country.

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