Advancing the SDGs in Canada

SDSN Canada is part of a global SDSN movement to build a network of universities, colleges, research centers, and knowledge institutions to promote practical solutions for sustainable development.

With over 1,300 participating institutions worldwide, SDSN members work together to support action-oriented research to address some of the world’s most pressing problems, including the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement.

  1. Apr. 1, 2021New Training Program on the SDGs Launched
    A photo illustrating the SDG Simulation in action.

    SDSN Canada has launched a unique training program for members to host the World’s Future, a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) educational simulation.

  2. Mar. 11, 2021New Paper Published on COVID-19 and Solidarity to Alleviate Hunger
    A diagram illustrating the connections between food insecurity and health, environment, agriculture, and socioeconomics.

    On February 6th, 2021, the University of Saskatchewan's Postgraduate Medical Education Office and International Office, the Royal University Hospital, and SDSN Canada released a report in Springer Reference's Zero Hunger journal on COVID-19 and Solidarity to Alleviate Hunger.

  3. Feb. 19, 2021Canada's 2030 Agenda National Strategy
    SDG Wheel and Maple Leaf overlaid mountainous background

    On February 17th, 2021, the Hon. Ahmed Hussen and Hon. Karina Gould released "Moving Forward Together", Canada's National Strategy for the Sustainable Development Goals. The strategy recognizes Canada's important role in paving a path for the country and the world in the SDGs, and the importance of the Global Goals as a global blueprint for a more inclusive, prosperous world.

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