Putting More Canadians Into Space

Canadian Space Agency in Negotiations for Future Launch Access to the Space Station, SpaceRef.ca

"This week's news that veteran Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield was going to be the first Canadian to command the International Space Station while spending six months onboard also meant that Canada has used up its last available contracted launch seat to the International Space Station (ISS). And since Canada has no launch capability of its own, it is now in negotiation to secure launch access to the International Space Station for future astronaut flights."

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