Science and advertising cost a significant chunk of the Canadian government’s annual revenue.
That’s why it’s been struggling for decades to get any sort of regulation to keep up with the pace of change in how the Canadian economy is being built.
It’s a big challenge for the government.
But the federal government is finally getting serious about a change that has been long in the making: using a digital platform to allow governments to better communicate to Canadians the results of their research.
This new system, called Science and Advertising Statistics (SAAS), is one of a series of new digital platforms the federal and provincial governments are using to increase transparency and better inform Canadians.
The new platform, which will launch in 2018, is called Science Advertisers.
SAAS was developed in collaboration with the Department of Health and Science.
This partnership, which was announced earlier this month, will bring together the departments of Science and Innovation, Science and Technology and Science and Public Policy, among other departments.
The government is also using the new platform to increase its reach with Canadians.
It will make it easier for consumers to see the information on its website and at the top of its news pages.
The government will be using SAAS to publish more information on science and the scientific community.
And it will continue to expand its reach through the SAAS platform by allowing people to access data in real-time.
For example, the government will use SAAS data to improve the accuracy of the results from the Health Canada’s Precision Medicine Initiative, which is a national partnership between the government and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
This initiative uses health data to track the health outcomes of Canadians over time.
The federal government will also be using data to better understand how Canadians use the SAas platform to share their science and innovation stories with the public.
It will also continue to share the data it has collected on science advertising with other government departments and agencies.
SAAs data will be shared with researchers at the University of Ottawa, the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and other academic institutions, the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and other government agencies.
The data will also allow government to use SAAs to better connect with scientists, the public and others who use SAas.
SAAS is part of a wider effort the federal governments is putting in place to make its digital information more easily accessible and available to Canadians.
In 2018, the department will also release its next version of its Science Data Access and Information Portal, which contains new tools for consumers, journalists and researchers to access scientific data in a more streamlined and consistent way.
These new tools will be integrated into SAAS, making it easier to understand the data, search for information and find relevant information, and more easily understand the scientific and scientific-related content on the government’s websites and other social media channels.
At the same time, the new SAAS will be available for free for the public to use and share.
The public will be able to explore the data they find through SAAS by clicking on the data’s title bar.
Other features of the new portal will include: a new, unified view of the public’s science and technology information; a new “Science and Advertiser” section that will allow users to search for specific research topics and scientific research; and a new section for public submissions to the SAAs research.
SAas will also offer a search feature, and will be made more accessible through a search bar in the search bar at the bottom of the page.
“It is a very exciting time for science,” said Stephen Smith, Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation.
“This is a great way to communicate our science to Canadians, as well as to encourage a healthy dialogue about the role of science in our society.
SAAT is the first step in building a strong, digital infrastructure for the health and scientific communities.
It also provides a great opportunity to build upon the collaborative efforts of the SAAT team, to collaborate with other partners and to ensure that this important work continues to be carried out effectively.”
It’s not the first time the federal or provincial governments have tried to use digital tools to increase communication and transparency.
In 2012, the provinces and the federalgovernment were among the first to create the first online survey for the Canadian Public Health Agency (CPHA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
These online surveys, which had been created in the 1990s, were intended to provide Canadians with information on how the public health agency had responded to their queries.
It was not until the government of the day launched SAAS that the data was available for the first Canadians to see.