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Bringing New Voices to the Table: Re-thinking On-reserve Housing in Canada

...public works and health and safety experience; entrepreneurs; artists, health care workers and educators. There were also a number of housing managers or administrators and several Elders, many of whom...

Date: Monday February 27, 2017


Canada as an Agri-Food Powerhouse

...As healthcare costs put an increasingly significant strain on public budgets, the linkages between our food system and health outcomes need more attention. To remain a priority sector, attract investors,...

Date: Thursday April 20, 2017


PPF Members

...Become a PPF member Associations Assembly of First Nations Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Canadian Bankers Association Canadian Generic Pharmaceutical Association Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association Inc. Canadian Media...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017


Our Honourees: Celebrating 150 Years of Canadians at Home and Abroad

...works to align national medical organizations and health decision-makers behind Indigenous communities. The goal is to achieve practical implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action on Health....

Date: Monday April 17, 2017


The Promise and Pitfalls of the Internet of Things in Canada

...domains, such as health care, where disruption of health monitoring or machine-to-machine communication can translate into physical danger. Security compromise in other contexts, like vehicles, water treatment plants or utilities...

Date: Friday December 16, 2016


Democracy Divided: Countering Disinformation and Hate in the Digital Public Sphere

Democracy has been made vulnerable to attack by hate speech and disinformation on digital and social platforms. Policy must be implemented to reconcile freedom of speech and freedom of the press with these online news threats to democracy.

Date: Wednesday August 15, 2018


BUILDING THE FUTURE

...but it generally means capital assets built and maintained in the public interest for economic and social purposes including roads, bridges and public transit, water and wastewater facilities, health care...

Date: Tuesday October 11, 2016


Charlie Carter

...policies work for their beneficiaries and ensure that engagement is meaningful. His professional journey has included coordinating health education projects for refugees in Uganda, managing small businesses, conducting public health...

Date: Friday November 10, 2017


Ten Tough Jobs 2010

...Fisheries and Oceans Assistant Deputy Minister, Consular Services and Emergency Management, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Assistant Deputy Minister, First Nations & Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada Assistant Deputy Minister,...

Date: Tuesday October 19, 2010


Refugees stay put more than other newcomers do – but why?

Access to more settlement services, easier family reunification and safety are among the myriad reasons refugees tend to stay where they settle in the Maritimes, writes Kelly Toughill

Date: Monday March 4, 2019


March 3, 2014: Subsequent Entry Biologics in Canada: the case for multi-sector collaboration (final report)

...prescribed, and tracked long-term. Greater clarity will help increase the confidence of health practitioners and patients that these innovative drugs are both safe and effective. This report summarizes the main...

Date: Monday March 3, 2014


Jonathan Perron-Clow

...Jonathan consulted with a number of organizations including the Canadian Association of Community Health Centres and the Foundation for the Study of Processes of Government in Canada on projects ranging...

Date: Friday November 10, 2017


Making Informed Food Choices

A lack of information about some aspects of food makes it difficult for Canadians to make informed food choices. Our Task Force set out to address this by considering what policy decisions could improve Canadians' ability to make informed food choices.

Date: Thursday March 7, 2019


What the Saskatchewan Roughriders Can Teach Canadian Journalism

Many different approaches to support journalism, locally and beyond, have emerged in recent years in the wake of the sharp decline of traditional industry players. Public policy will play a crucial role in shaping the rules for ownership innovation and protected space for Canadian journalism.

Date: Tuesday September 25, 2018


Independent and Accountable: Modernizing the Role of Agents of Parliament and Legislatures

In this report, the Public Policy Forum (PPF) analyzes the current and evolving role of agents at the federal and provincial levels to provide recommendations on how oversight and guidance in the administration of policies can be improved while maintaining their autonomy within Canada’s Westminster system.

Date: Thursday April 26, 2018


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