Ep.60: Hacking Cities: Living Through a Ransomware Attack
With Brad Brookman and Aron Feuer
The purpose of this paper is to set out an institutional and policy blueprint for the future CARPA. We draw on a combination of primary research (including comparative analysis of peer jurisdictions) and our own policy experience to put forward the design, governance, operational and programmatic elements that we believe are crucial building blocks for CARPA.
“A capacity for innovation is no longer merely a prerequisite for rising living standards. It is a fundamental strategic advantage for dealing with various environmental, national security and social challenges.”
December 2021.Download Report
PPF would like to thank the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship for its collaboration on the Canada’s Moonshot project. We are grateful for substantive discussions with Sarah Doyle, Brookfield’s former Director of Policy and Research, as well as Research Lead Dr. Thomas Goldsmith and former research leads Creig Lamb and Preet Mondair.
We are particularly grateful for the continued support of our partners, the Business Council of Canada (BCC), the Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC), Johnson & Johnson, MDA and Scotiabank.
PPF would also like to thank Canada’s Moonshot Expert Advisory Council for its valuable insights into moonshotoriented innovation policies: Ilse Treurnicht, Bill Tam, Armughan Ahmad, Michel Bergeron, Clement Bourgogne, Judy Fairburn, Carol Anne Hilton, Pari Johnston, Zayna Khayat, Adam Legge, Kendra MacDonald, Derrick Rossi, Nadia Theodore and Sara Wolfe.