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Caroline Dumont

...strong background in financial analysis and project management within the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and Natural Sciences and Research Council (NSERC). Caroline joined the PPF in October 2017....

Date: Friday November 10, 2017

PPF and Action Canada introduce the 2018-2019 Fellows

...and human health, and sustainability. We look forward to learning from the fresh ideas the Fellows will generate through their deliberative process.” “Since 2003, Action Canada has selected our country’s...

Date: Friday June 8, 2018

The internet is transforming the world, but not for everybody

...Economic development, Health, Social inclusion, Civic engagement, Public safety What is digital inclusion? It’s ensuring that people — especially those in marginalized groups — can benefit from digital technologies in their...

Date: Friday October 13, 2017

Zac DeLong

...focusing on commercial litigation and health law and volunteered for Pro Bono Ontario. While in law school, Zac was Editor-in-Chief of the Ottawa Law Review. Zac joined the PPF in...

Date: Friday November 10, 2017

Canada’s next energy frontier: Shale oil and gas

...a first step, more collaborative research is needed to understand and mitigate the potential environmental and health-related impacts that may result from extraction. In March 2015, the Public Policy Forum...

Date: Thursday January 21, 2016

Steve Orsini

...Masters in Environmental Studies (Economic Development). He has also completed the Canadian Securities Course, two years of the CICA In-Depth Tax Course, and the Harvard University Health Care Leadership Program....

Date: Friday November 10, 2017

Canada’s Associations See What’s Trending in the Future of Work

From new ways of approaching lifelong learning to recognizing that technology is not the only driver of workplace change, representatives of Canadian associations shared their perspectives on the changing nature of work and how workers and employers are affected.

Date: Monday April 1, 2019

Governing AI: Navigating Risks, Rewards and Uncertainty

To encourage innovation in artificial intelligence while minimizing risks, Canada should adopt an incremental risk management approach to AI governance, supported by two new advisory institutions.

Date: Friday January 11, 2019

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