Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Another seedy Harper appointment

I guess a BA degree with no experience or training in science makes a person a perfect candidate for this appointment, or did it have something to do with Harper’s income trust tax announced 48 hours prior to this hand out?

Margaret Lefebvre Appointed to the National Research Council of Canada

OTTAWA, November 2, 2006 — The Honourable Maxime Bernier, Minister of Industry and Minister responsible for the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), today appointed Ms. Margaret Lefebvre as a member of the Council.

"Ms. Lefebvre's experience and knowledge in science and research will bring rich and diverse contributions to the Council as it continues to further its work," said Minister Bernier.

Margaret Lefebvre has had the opportunity to serve on several boards, including the working group to create a national science organization, the Council of Canadian Academies. Ms. Lefebvre is currently the Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Income Funds.

Recognized globally for research and innovation, the NRC is a leader in the development of an innovative, knowledge-based economy for Canada through science and technology.


WesternGrit said...

It's symbolic of what these clowns think of science. When you believe the world is 5000 years old, and man shared the planet with dinosaurs,

a) You have no idea what real science is, and

b) You're fairly ignorant, and not suited to govern anything but a reactionary cult/sect...

c) Or, you're a 2 year-old... Whoops - got that wrong... My 2-year-old nephew knows that dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, long before man walked the earth...

Anonymous said...

This is such an obvious hush buyout that it must be in textbooks of corruption.


Anonymous said...

Ms. Lefebvre has a broad administrative experience in the private and public sectors. Her first directorship was with Bobtex Corporation, a family company which developed a new spinning technology.

I get it now. We,ve finally found the source for Harpers spin machine! The bobbin has to run out some time doesn,t it? How much more yarn can they have left?