Canada announces $26M investment in SSHRC competition

November 4, 2020
The Government of Canada has announced that it will invest $26M in the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s Doctoral Fellowships competition. The funds will support 540 doctoral researchers over the next four years in a variety of research projects, including in areas of climate change, sustainable food systems, Indigenous languages, law and environment revitalization, cannabis use, and trauma. “SSHRC’s investment in research is a demonstration of our commitment to supporting the high-calibre students of today and the change-makers of tomorrow,” said SSHRC President Ted Hewitt. “Their research findings and insights will be critical to making sense of the evolving world around us.” Nation Talk | Canada (Canada)