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Embark on the CIC membership journey with our revamped offering and newly designed pages. All crafted with you and your needs in mind. Join CIC now to unlock a world of possibilities.

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Membership

Not yet a member of the CIC community? It’s time to discover where you belong. Join our network of over 3,000 passionate professionals in the chemical sciences community in Canada, and forge local connections that will last a lifetime.

Student membership

Are you a full-time undergraduate or graduate student pursuing chemistry at a Canadian institution? Good news! Membership is complimentary. Join one of the 35+ student chapters across the country.

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Training courses

CIC is partnering with leading organizations to bring valuable training and courses to CIC members at preferential rates.

CIC NEWS

Dr. Blaine Fiss: making chemistry more accessible for disabled scientists

CSC WIDE February 2024 Spotlight Video - An initiative of the CSC’s Working for Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity (WIDE) Committee—shines a light on chemists from diverse backgrounds and creates opportunities for increased representation of diverse researchers and scientists. Each month, CIC News highlights one researcher from the Spotlight Videos library. This month we are featuring the spotlight on Dr. Blaine Fiss, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Western Ontario.

Presented by the members of our Subject Divisions, these free seminar series unite people in the same specialty no matter where they are in Canada. Learn and grow with these series highlighting leaders in the field from across Canada and the world.

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The Chemical Institute of Canada – the interconnected chemical sciences community in Canada

Land Acknowledgment: In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, respect and reciprocity, the CIC National Team acknowledges that our head office is located on the traditional, unceded Territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation. We acknowledge that our work spans the traditional lands of many First Peoples across what is known today as Canada. We are grateful and thankful to the Knowledge Keepers, Elders, and communities who have and continue to care for this land.