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The Royal Society of Canada

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  • Pierre-Marc Johnson
    Notes Location info: Montréal (birth) 24e premier ministre du Québec .
  • Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 15th Prime Minister of Canada (1919 - 2000)
    Notes Affiliation politique : libéral Sources : Wikipedia Biography Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau, PC CH CC QC FSRC (/truːˈdoʊ/; French pronunciation: ​[t%CA%81ydo]; October 1...
  • Sylvia Ostry (1927 - 2020)
    A polymath mandarin and expansive thinker, Ostry tallied a long and prestigious list of achievements that represented breakthroughs for women in the workplace. She was the first and only female Chief...
  • Henri-Raymond Casgrain (1831 - 1904)
    Henri-Raymond Casgrain (December 16, 1831 – February 11, 1904) was a French Canadian Roman Catholic priest, author, publisher, and professor of history.
  • Michael Smith, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1993 (1932 - 2000)
    Michael Smith , CC, OBC, FRS (26 April 1932 – 4 October 2000) was a British-born Canadian biochemist who won the 1993 Nobel Prize for Chemistry , "for his fundamental contributions to the establishment...

La Société royale du Canada : Les Académies des arts, des lettres et des sciences du Canada

Overview

From the Society's official website

The Royal Society of Canada (RSC): The Academies of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada was established in 1882 as the senior Canadian collegium of distinguished scholars, artists and scientists. It is Canada’s National Academy. The primary objective of the Society is to promote learning and research in the arts, the humanities and the natural and social sciences.

Its mandate is, first, to encourage studies and investigations in literature and science; secondly, to publish transactions annually or semi-annually, containing the minutes of proceedings at meetings, records of the work performed, original papers and memoirs of merit, and such other documents as may be deemed worthy of publication; thirdly, to offer prizes or other inducements for valuable papers on subjects relating to Canada, and to aid researches already begun and carried so far as to render their ultimate value probable; fourthly, to assist in collection of specimens with a view to the formation of a Canadian Museum.

Its vision: “The RSC is the recognized pre-eminent body of independent scholars, researchers and creative people in Canada whose Fellows comprise a collegium that can provide intellectual leadership for the betterment of Canada and the world.”

The mission of the RSC is: “To serve Canada and Canadians by recognizing Canada’s leading intellectuals, scholars, researchers and artists and by mobilizing them in open discussion and debate, to advance knowledge, encourage integrated interdisciplinary understandings and address issues that are critical to Canada and Canadians.”