b"ACTIVE PROJECTS FUNDEDActive Projects 2018-19Large-scale scienceCENTRES SECTOR LEADERS ORGANIZATIONS TITLE TOTALGENOME CANADA FUNDING CONTRIBUTIONLARGE-SCALE APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECTS Dyck, MichaelApplication of Genomics to Genome AlbertaAgriculture Harding, JohnUniversity of Alberta Improve Disease Resilience$9,801,714 $3,799,998Genome Prairie Kemp, Bob and Sustainability in Pork ProductionIncreasing Feed Efficiency Genome AlbertaMiglior, Filippoand Reducing Methane Ontario Genomics Agriculture Stothard, Paul University of Guelph Emissions through Genomics:$10,306,910 $3,798,134A new Promising Goal for the Canadian Dairy IndustryGenomics of Abiotic Stress Genome BritishAgriculture Rieseberg, LorenUniversity of BritishResistance in Wild and$7,879,009 $3,054,485Columbia Burke, John Columbia Cultivated SunflowersGenome BritishFoster, LeonardUniversity of BritishSustaining and Securing ColumbiaAgriculture Zayed, Amro Columbia Canada's Honey Bees using$7,263,568 $2,786,531Ontario Genomics 'Omic ToolsBett, KristinUniversity ofApplication of Genomics Genome Prairie Agriculture Vandenberg, Bert Saskatchewan to Innovation in the Lentil$7,892,793 $1,463,833Economy (AGILE)Genome Prairie Agriculture Pozniak, CurtisUniversity ofCanadian Triticum Applied$8,809,640 $1,707,991Sharpe, Andrew Saskatchewan Genomics (CTAG2)Genome PrairiePotter, AndrewVIDO-IntervacReverse Vaccinology Approach Genome BritishAgriculture Hancock, Robert University offor the Prevention of $7,358,606 $2,872,310Columbia Saskatchewan Mycobacterial Disease in CattleBelzile, FranoisSoyaGen: Improving Yield and Genome Qubec Agriculture Blanger, Richard Universit Laval Disease Resistance in Short- $8,235,673 $1,602,591Season SoybeanGoodridge,A Syst-OMICS approach to Genome Qubec Agriculture LawrenceMcGill University Ensuring Food Safety and$9,708,401 $3,817,861Levesque, Roger Reducing the EconomicBurden of Salmonellosis28 Genome Canada Annual Report 2018-19"