Annual report of the Community Liaison Committee of the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health: HP57-7E-PDF

"The Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health (CSCHAH) located at 1015 Arlington Street in Winnipeg was opened in 1997. Considered a world-class facility, this state-of-the-art laboratory complex is the first facility in the world designed to accommodate high containment laboratories for both human and animal research. The facility is jointly operated by Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and houses the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s National Centre for Foreign Animal Disease and Health Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory. ... To further complement the operation of the facility, and in response to public concerns regarding the safety and containment procedures of the CSCHAH, Health Minister Alan Rock, Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lyle Vanclief and Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy announced the establishment of a Community Liaison Committee on December 23, 1999"--Introd., [2nd annual report] April 2002.

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Title Annual report of the Community Liaison Committee of the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Continued By Report to the community ; Began with 2005/2006 and 2006/2007?
Format Electronic
Note Cover title. Issued also in French under title: Rapport annuel ... Comité de liaison communautaire du Centre scientifique canadien de santé huamine et animale (CSCSHA).
Date [2001] -2005.
Chronology Began in 2001?
Frequency Annual (irregular)
Number of Pages v.
Catalogue Number
  • HP57-7E-PDF
Subject Terms Infectious diseases, Laboratories, Communications
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