Biomanufacturing series: Introduction video

Minister Champagne introduces how the Government of Canada is bringing Canadian biomanufacturing to life, protecting Canadians for the longer-term.

Biomanufacturing series: Introduction video - Transcript

[Music starts]

[Video of Minister Champagne speaking]

[Text on the screen: The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry]

Minister Champagne: Over the last decades, biomanufacturing in Canada has suffered serious setbacks. But the good news: that's changing.

[Video of Minister Champagne speaking – transition to stills of the University of Saskatchewan, the city of Montreal and the city of Halifax]

[Translation] Minister Champagne: Over the past year, we have partnered with companies, organizations and universities to revive this important sector of our economy.

[Clips of researchers in labs, vials in a lab, and a person holding a vaccine in the palm of their hand next to a COVID-19 label]

[Translation] Minister Champagne: The renewal is under way, and Canadians are up to the challenge.

[Video of Minister Champagne speaking]

[Translation] Minister Champagne: Advancing domestic biomanufacturing is a long-term effort.

Minister Champagne: It is a story we'll be telling you about here, videos highlighting past and present projects. So stay tuned to learn how we're bringing back domestic biomanufacturing all across our country.

[Text on screen: Biomanufacturing, Advancing the health sciences industry in Canada]

[Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada signature]

[Canada wordmark]

[Music ends]

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