Since its creation in 1989, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has set out to ensure that all Canadians learn and benefit from the innovations of space science and technology to the greatest extent possible. Its objectives are to support and promote a highly competitive space industry and address the needs of Canadian society. With almost half of Canada's GDP growth in the knowledge-intensive sectors of the economy, the Canadian Space Program is a key driver behind continued leadership on the world stage, new opportunities for industry and scientists, and long-term social and economic benefits for all Canadians.
"SatCom Today in Canada: Canadian Space Agency,"
Online Journal of Space Communication: Vol. 2
, Article 11.
Available at: https://ohioopen.library.ohio.edu/spacejournal/vol2/iss4/11
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