Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

 Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

 Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)
Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

 

Creating Jobs and Opportunities In The North 

29 August, 2013 | www.GovernmentGrantsCanada.ca |

Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

Canada’s Economic Action Plan is contributing $142.4 million over six years (starting in 2012) to construct and equip the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. CHARS will be a world-class hub for science and technology in Canada's North.

Construction of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) station and operation of the CHARS science and technology program will create jobs across the North and more specialized sectors in other parts of Canada. It also will stimulate business in Cambridge Bay and the local area. Northerners will acquire skills and experience that will help them get jobs in many industries—from mining to energy, to natural resource and wildlife management, and to health and life sciences.

To learn more about CHARS construction and science program and how it is creating jobs and opportunities in the North check with Government of Canada website.

 

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