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For first time, a woman to head Canada’s Space Agency

Without precedent for its 31-year history, the Canadian Space Agency will have a female president.

The legislature reported Thursday that long-term community worker Lisa Campbell will take over as top of the office. Campbell replaces Sylvain Laporte, who has been president since 2015.

Campbell has gone through the most recent two years as senior leader for Veteran Affairs Canada. Preceding that, she went through three years as the associate appointee serve for guard and marine obtainment where she drove the association gaining Canada’s military and marine hardware.

“Her involvement with safeguard obtainment will hold her in great stead as she assumes control over probably the most significant acquirements for the space division,” Navdeep Bains, government pastor of advancement, science and industry, said in a delivery.

Built up in March 1989, the Canadian Space Agency is answerable for dealing with the entirety of Canada’s respectful space-related exercises.

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