International Space Station

Trudeau announces Canada will be partner in NASA-led Lunar Gateway project


Trudeau said the partnership in the Lunar Gateway will be part of a new federal space strategy that will see the government invest $2.05 billion over 24 years.


He said the investment will create hundreds of well-paying jobs and contribute $100 million annually to Canada’s gross domestic product thanks to the growing space economy.


“Gateway will be an outpost where humans can live in lunar orbit, where we will learn to work even more autonomously from mother Earth than we have been doing so far.”


Last November, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine visited Ottawa to make a pitch for Canadian involvement in the moon project.


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