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Canada-China meeting: National Security and Human Rights

...the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), reducing the opportunity for the select group to encourage the appropriate norms, governance structures, etc. With regards to the Canadian toolkit, the discussion highlighted...

Date: Tuesday December 19, 2017

Top business and government leaders gather for PPF Growth Summit and Testimonial Dinner on April 12 pay tribute to distinguished Canadians who have made outstanding contributions to public policy and good governance. This annual reunion of the “who’s who” in public policy attracts more than 1,300...

Date: Monday April 9, 2018

Canada-China Relations: A Note on Public Attitudes

...nature of the Chinese economy including its close links with the Communist Party, corruption, the absence of Western-style corporate organization and governance, the dominant role of state-owned enterprises, their inherently...

Date: Tuesday June 20, 2017

PPF names Karen Restoule as its 2018 Prime Ministers of Canada Fellow PPF to conduct research and convene dialogues about public policy, democratic institutions and good governance. The fellowship is supported financially by the RBC Foundation. Kent Aitken, Madelaine Drohan and...

Date: Tuesday January 16, 2018

Open(ing) government

...and more responsive to their own citizens, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of governance, as well as the quality of services that citizens receive.” And yet, a...

Date: Monday September 18, 2017

PPF Welcomes Five New Fellows

...knowledge of Indigenous issues linked to education, governance in the North and remote communities. · Glen Hodgson, economist and author. He brings deep pools of knowledge of economic policy and...

Date: Friday January 5, 2018

The Values Proposition: Strengthening Sport in Canada

Canada is a great sporting nation, but we need values-based sport to prevent unethical practices from undermining the integrity of sport. Concrete actions must be taken by stakeholders in Canadian sport to make values-based sport the foundation of their policies and practices. This report outlines the game plan for government, media, corporations, philanthropists, educators, coaches and athletes.

Date: Wednesday March 13, 2019

PPF Chair Invested in the Order of Canada

...Actively involved in governance, she brings her energy and know-how to numerous educational, charitable and business organizations. ABOUT THE PPF The Public Policy Forum works with all levels of government...

Date: Friday November 17, 2017

Jan. 20, 2014: Canada’s Evolving Internal Market: An agenda for a more cohesive economic union

...opportunities of AIT. The Symposium examined AIT governance, the absence of recent trade data, and best practices from internal and international agreements. This report presents the key issues raised during...

Date: Monday January 20, 2014

Kathleen Donovan

...Affairs, Sciences Po. She joined PPF in 2018. She is passionate about public policy research, particularly in the fields of good governance and democratic disruption. She also holds a degree...

Date: Sunday February 5, 2017

Andrew Molson

...studying law at Laval University in Quebec City. He also holds a bachelor of arts degree from Princeton University and a masters of science in corporate governance and ethics from...

Date: Friday November 10, 2017

October 6th, 2014 – At the Vanguard of Canadian Innovation: A Compilation of Co-op Case Studies

...a diversity of recent and enduring innovations across sectors and regions based on the following thematic pillars: innovation in business, community development, governance, sustainability, and technology. In addition to profiling...

Date: Sunday October 6, 2013

Testimonial Award | National

...distinguished leaders who have made outstanding contributions to the quality of public policy and good governance. More than 110 outstanding Canadian men and women have been honoured since 1988.  ...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017

The expanding mandate of the Ontario Ombudsman: final report

Transparency, accountability, and fair administrative processes are hallmarks of effective governance systems. The Office of the Ontario Ombudsman ensures that provincial government and public sector bodies develop and observe these...

Date: Tuesday June 28, 2016

Speer and Asselin: How Canada can compete in the intangibles economy

The rise of the intangible economy requires us to re-evaluate, refine and reorient how we think about economic policy and aim to position Canada to compete in a new market dynamic. The stakes are high. We need to make the right choices today if we want to thrive in an era of intangibles. And some of these decisions challenge decades of conventional wisdom.

Date: Sunday April 7, 2019

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