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Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield - First Canadian Commander of the International Space Station

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Mar 13, 2013 ...Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield - First Canadian Commander of the International Space Station News Release Longueuil, Quebec, March 13, 2013 – Today, the Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of Industry and Minister responsible for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), celebrated a historic milestone in Canadian space exploration as Canadian astronaut Chris

Canadian Technology and Science Supporting the International Space Station Partnership

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2008/02/canadian-technology-science-supporting-international-space-station-partnership.html

Feb 7, 2008 ...Canadian Technology and Science Supporting the International Space Station Partnership News Release Longueuil, Quebec, February 7, 2008 – Advanced technology pioneered by the Canadian Space Agency will create a true microgravity environment and help support science experiments once Columbus, the European Space Agency's scientific laboratory, has been

INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ASSEMBLY TO BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF THE DECADE

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2005/01/international-space-station-assembly-completed-end-decade.html

Jan 26, 2005 ...INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ASSEMBLY TO BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF THE DECADE News Release MONTREAL, January 26, 2005 -- The heads of space agencies from the United States, Russia, Japan, Europe and Canada met in Montreal, Canada, on January 26, 2005, to review and further advance International Space Station (ISS) cooperation. At this meeting, the Heads

Canada hosts the International Space Station Heads of Agencies Meeting in Quebec City

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Feb 28, 2012 ...Canada hosts the International Space Station Heads of Agencies Meeting in Quebec City Media Advisory Longueuil, Quebec, February 28, 2012 — The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is hosting the International Space Station Heads of Agencies meeting in Québec City on March 1st. The heads of the International Space Station partners will discuss cooperation in space

Appendix A—Space Station program—A brief history

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...This Web page has been archived on the Web. 2002 December Report of the Auditor General of Canada Appendix A—Space Station program—A brief history 2002 December Report of the Auditor General of Canada December 2002 Report—Chapter 7 Appendix A—Space Station program—A brief history In January 1984, the President of the United States directed the National

PM speaks with Chris Hadfield - Canada's first Commander of the International Space Station

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Mar 15, 2013 ...PM speaks with Chris Hadfield - Canada's first Commander of the International Space Station News Release Ottawa, Ontario – Prime Minister Stephen Harper today participated in a live video conference with Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield who recently became the first Canadian to command the International Space Station. Prime Minister Harper also moderated

Canadarm2 Catches a Dragon Carrying Canadian Medical Technology to the Space Station

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Mar 3, 2013 ...Canadarm2 Catches a Dragon Carrying Canadian Medical Technology to the Space Station News Release Longueuil, Quebec, March 3, 2013 – Microflow, an ingenious piece of Canadian biotechnology, has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft. The ISS crew used Canadarm2, the station’s 17-metre robotic arm, to catch Dragon

International Space Station facts and figures - Canadian Space Agency

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Jan 17, 2005 ...International Space Station facts and figures Share: Tweet The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest international scientific project ever conceived. Built by the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, and 11 European countries, the station is powered by solar arrays that will generate 110 kilowatts of power once completed. Laboratory

Calling the International Space Station... Pick-up Steve!

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2006/09/calling-international-space-station-pick-up-steve-.html

Sep 15, 2006 ...Calling the International Space Station... Pick-up Steve! Media Advisory Media Advisory LONGUEUIL, QC, September 15, 2006 – Media representatives are invited to the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to take part in Mission STS-115 Crew News Conference from space. CSA astronaut Steve MacLean and his colleagues will be taking questions from journalists. ONLY MEDIA

SCHEDULE CHANGE - HEADS OF AGENCIES TO DISCUSS SPACE STATION'S FUTURE

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2005/01/schedule-change-heads-agencies-discuss-space-station-future.html

Jan 24, 2005 ...SCHEDULE CHANGE - HEADS OF AGENCIES TO DISCUSS SPACE STATION'S FUTURE News Release LONGUEUIL, January 24, 2005 -- The NASA administrator and the heads of the Russian, Japanese, European, and Canadian space agencies will meet in Montreal on January 26 to discuss their ongoing cooperation for the International Space Station. In particular, they will address

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