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Fall 2019

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Clean air advantage

Nouri Najjar’s research shows pollution-reduction measures give firms a competitive edge

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Update

2020-12, March 30, 2020

Research Funding

Does your SSHRC or NSERC grant expire soon? If it expires between February 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021, please read the statement below from NSERC and SSHRC regarding grant extensions:

“NSERC and SSHRC recognize that agency-funded research activities may be delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Academic institutions can immediately approve extension requests up to 12 months for Agency grants with an end date between February 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021 inclusively. This provision applies to all grants, regardless of whether they have received a previous time extension of any length for any reason (including, where applicable, automatic extensions). This will have no impact for applications awarded in the fall 2020 competitions. The intent of this provision is to allow grantees to continue spending grant funds, and institutions to delay the processing of residual grant funds (per the NSERC/SSHRC Guidelines for the General Research Fund).”

To request a grant extension please contact the Research Office, and copy to Megan MacLeod. Please also ensure any related ethics protocols are up to date prior to submitting this request.

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