Rethinking the Public Policy Process: A Public Engagement Framework
Today many issues can’t be solved by governments working alone. This paper takes seriously the claim that to adequately address these issues, we need a new generation of public processes. It explains what public engagement processes are, why we need them, how they work, and some of the special issues, challenges and opportunities they pose for governments and the public.
A conversation with Simon Kennedy, Deputy Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Ep. 73: The Future of Work with Stéphan Déry
Different Paths of Pandemic Protection: A comparative case study on vaccine rollouts in Nova Scotia, Quebec and Ontario
Released: Thursday October 28, 2021
Report 6: Three Areas in Which Pandemic Management Could Have Been Better
A Retrospective Report | from the COVID-19 Vaccine Skepticism in Canada Series
Authors: Peter Loewen
Released: Tuesday July 27, 2021
Public Service Innovation and Leadership During COVID-19: What Can We Learn?
Authors: Daniel Jean and Anna Jahn
Released: Thursday June 3, 2021