The Science Advisory Committees provide advice for the Canadian Space Agency on scientific matters within specific science discipline areas. There is more detail on the mandate, scope, composition, procedures, and meetings that applies to the following:
The Space Science Program and its designates also participate in a number of International Working Groups and Strategic Planning Committees. These are convened to discuss multilateral issues such as increasing the global understanding of climate change, the scientific utilization of the International Space Station, Mars exploration, etc.
The CSA is a member of the following working groups:
Discipline Working Groups were formed as a result of an Announcement of Opportunity by the Canadian Space Agency. These provide opportunities for members of the Canadian space science community to form teams and discuss important issues pertaining to their field of science or discipline. DWG meetings are excellent forums to discuss national and international cooperation in space research with scientists in Canada and abroad. Certain Terms and Conditions apply to the DWGs.
Here are the active DWGs: