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25. A Scientist's Guide to the Federal Election (w/ Evidence for Democracy, TSPN, and SPE)
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25. A Scientist's Guide to the Federal Election (w/ Evidence for Democracy, TSPN, and SPE)

Ive tackles the upcoming federal election — with a science twist!  You'll hear from Sivani Baskaran and Molly Sung, co-founders of the Toronto Science Policy Network, Irene Calloyanis from Science and Policy Exchange, and Kimberly Girling and Emma Bugg of Evidence for Democracy to help us unpack this upcoming election and what it means for science. #elxn43 is just around the corner, and this episode will help you get informed.


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