Sanofi Pasteur plans C$100M R&D facility in Canada

Score one win for Ontario province in the field of economic development. Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccine arm of Sanofi-Aventis, will build a C$100 million R&D facility in Toronto with the province chipping in C$13.9 million through its Biopharmaceutical Investment Program.

Researchers will target pediatric combination vaccines, pneumococcal protein vaccines and cancer vaccines. Look for the grand opening in 2010.

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