Search Results for: Inclusion

One-on-One: Bill Morneau

VIDEO: Bloomberg TV’s Amanda Lang interviews the Finance Minister on infrastructure, innovation and inclusion Ottawa, Oct. 12, 2016 Notable quotes “What Canadians will judge us on is the quality of...

Date: Wednesday October 19, 2016


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

...serve multiple communities and set standards for the inclusion of First Nations employees within construction and trades companies. Recognizing that job-shadowing and work-experience programs are important for the development of...

Date: Monday February 27, 2017


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

...of Canadian public policy? Why? A: Core to our heritage, and enshrined in our Constitution, is the idea of openness and inclusion for newcomers. Section 15 of the Charter of...

Date: Monday April 17, 2017


Marshalling Incubators to Build Global Companies

...Public Policy Forum is committed to pursuing these discussions among Canadian partners. Meeting participants also advocated strongly for the inclusion of a stream that focuses on incubators and accelerators in...

Date: Wednesday March 1, 2017


The Values Proposition: Building a Stronger Canada through Values-Based Sport

This report summarizes what we heard during five roundtables held through spring 2018 and which explored actions and policies aimed at ensuring values-based sport is an intentional and fundamental part of the Canadian sport system, from playground to podium.

Date: Wednesday August 8, 2018


Skills, Training and Lifelong Learning

Training for working Canadians is scarce, and the people who most need it are the least able to get it. As global competition and technological change increase, Canada needs to create effective and inclusive systems of training, which are essential for innovation, growth, employment and good incomes. In this report, Daniel Munro looks at Canada's strengths and weaknesses, training models from around the world, and suggests improvements to lifelong learning systems.

Date: Friday March 29, 2019


PPF applauds new support for Canadian journalism

The Public Policy Forum is pleased that the production of independent, original journalism for Canadians will be supported by new measures announced in the government’s fall economic statement.

Date: Wednesday November 21, 2018


The Next-Level Border: Advancing Technology & Expanding Trade

This report summarizes what was heard at two roundtables on how to enhance the Canada-U.S. border with tech to facilitate trade. 

Date: Monday July 30, 2018


Canada’s Infrastructure Revival: Let’s Get the Biggest Bang for Our Buck

Canada’s governments are preparing to spend historic amounts on infrastructure. To avoid creating ‘white elephants’, they should follow six key principles that will help the projects improve the country’s productivity, competitiveness and social equity.

Date: Thursday January 10, 2019


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