Madison Downe

Project Coordinator

Madison Downe is a Project Coordinator with the Council of Canadian Academies.

Madison holds a B.Sc. from Mount Allison University where she studied Environmental Science. She has completed graduate course work for her M.Sc. in Geography at the University of Guelph and anticipates completing her thesis shortly. Her main research interests involve dendrochronology and its applications for climate and competition research in black oak savannas.

Madison is currently working on the following CCA assessments: Adapting to the Transportation Needs of an Aging Population, and Medical Assistance in Dying. 

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Progress Update: The Expert Panel on Medical Assistance in Dying

Call for Input To inform its deliberations, the Expert Panel on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) is seeking input in...
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