Canada to invest $200M to build an mRNA vaccine plant

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The federal government announced a $200-million investment to help Resilience Biotechnologies Inc. in Mississauga, Ont., build a plant that can produce millions of mRNA vaccines. Construction is to be completed in 2024.

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