Work in Indigenous Growth and GovernanceWe are honoured to participate in the work you see here, and believe that better policy can build a better Canada.
The Public Policy Forum recognizes that the work of reconciliation is much deeper than reading our reports. We also recognize that we do not have the answers. However, in consultation and collaboration with Indigenous community leaders, community members and Indigenous organizations, PPF would like to bring forward our recent work with these leaders, organizations, and fellow citizens, as resources on policy considerations, recommendations and story-telling.
- NEW REPORT: We Want Real Partnership: UNDRIP Gives Us the Means
- The Opportunity for Indigenous Infrastructure: A Central Economic Recovery Activity, by Kim Baird & Mark Podlasly
- Mapping the Landscape: Indigenous Skills Training and Jobs in Canada, by Max Skudra, Andrew Avgerinos & Karen E. McCallum
- Op-ed: First Nations are not obstacles but an opportunity to get things done in just and sustainable ways. By Sharleen Gale & Edward Greenspon
- Inclusive Futures: Indigenous engagement in Canada’s workforce. An Action Canada Task Force report.
- How One Indigenous Service Agency Is Fighting COVID and Winning.
- Legitimacy in Reconciliation: A Path Forward
- Rebuilding the Local Economy: Inside the Mi’kmaq-Clearwater Deal & Frank McKenna Awards for Leadership in Public Policy