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In this second newsletter: New report on big gaps in Employment Insurance, emerging leaders share principles for inclusion that we should all follow, and we learn how disrupting the career ladder creates challenges to gender equity.
Date: Monday May 6, 2019
The Public Policy Forum is pleased to announce that Sean Speer is joining Canada’s leading non-partisan think tank as a Fellow in Residence.
Date: Tuesday April 2, 2019
...include principles and projects like these: access to information laws open data (making government data available free online) citizen engagement in policy-making improved media relations petitions to the elected government...
Date: Monday September 18, 2017
Our immigration system pits family reunification against Canada’s economic needs. That’s short-sighted and counterproductive, argues Kelly Toughill
Date: Monday March 4, 2019
Canada is becoming dependent on the economic stimulus of international students, writes KELLY TOUGHILL, but are we promising more than we can deliver? Many international students will face difficulties adjusting to Canadian academic systems, finding work, making friends and securing permanent resident status.
Date: Monday April 15, 2019
The question of how, or whether, to demarcate who qualifies as a journalist has returned in louder, more insistent terms with the federal government’s pledge to introduce a tax credit rebating an unspecified percentage of the labour costs of newsrooms. Let's define journalists by what they do: "A definition does not infringe on anyone’s right to report and publish; it simply provides some with the advantage of a shield law or tax credit."
Date: Friday December 14, 2018
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) could dramatically improve the way governments deliver services and data to citizens while protecting governments from the risks associated with government-led digital projects. This report examines what was learned through two Government of Canada API projects, and how to build on their successes.
Date: Wednesday June 5, 2019
PPF to honour Mark Carney, Beverley McLachlin, Richard Dicerni, ‘22 Minutes’ founders Mary Walsh and Michael Donovan and journalist Francine Pelletier
...political satire, and is still informing the political conversation through the free expression of comedy. Mr. Donovan is Executive Chairman of Halifax-based DHX Media Inc. and a winner of a...
Date: Wednesday November 29, 2017
...and provincial deputy ministers, elected officials, corporate and association leaders, university presidents and board members, professors, faculty, and graduate students, public servants, and members of the media. Download the report...
Date: Friday May 16, 2014
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
...builds a better Canada. For more information and media inquiries Carl Neustaedter Director of Communications Public Policy Forum CNeustaedter@ppforum.ca 613.238.7858 ext. 286 Mobile: 613.866.7210 Jonathan Perron-Clow Communications Specialist Public Policy...
Date: Friday November 17, 2017
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Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017
Indigenous youth had clear ideas on how to find the legitimacy needed for reconciliation at the Public Policy Forum's (PPF) Nov. 29 unconference in Regina. This report highlights their six recommendations. In August 2017, the Centre for Public Impact approached PPF to be a part of a global project that explores What is legitimacy? How is it achieved and preserved? How does it manifest in different parts of the world? PPF brought together 21 young Indigenous people to discuss if the Government of Canada has the legitimacy to deliver on its commitment to Indigenous Peoples and how it can work to build the trust and transparency required.
Date: Tuesday May 15, 2018
In 2017, the Public Policy Forum dedicated its annual Prime Ministers of Canada Fellowship to the idea of governance in the digital age. The goal was to explore and explain how the world is changing and how governments are responding. Kent Aitken won that Fellowship and wrote a report that practitioners can use as a resource as they contemplate the pressures of change on governance systems. Governance in the Digital Age is the result of a year of research, surveys and interviews with about 300 government practitioners and stakeholders in Canada and around the world.
Date: Monday October 1, 2018
The digital transformation that governments are seeking and citizens are expecting is more than just 'a challenge,' says PPF's Prime Ministers of Canada Fellow Kent Aitken in this new report. After conducting almost 300 interviews over the course of a year, he concludes that governments are currently not set up for the complexities of the digital age and suggests four areas that they need to fundamentally change.
Date: Wednesday September 26, 2018