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A New North Star

Rapid and far-reaching changes to the global economy, driven by technology, demographics and geopolitics, are forcing us to rethink some of the core assumptions of what makes a nation competitive or not. Robert Asselin and Sean Speer offer a bipartisan strategy for what Canada can do in a data-driven 'intangibles' economy.

Date: Thursday April 4, 2019

Revitalizing Atlantic Canada: immigration and the labour market

...growth: Immigration and skilled workforce Innovation Clean growth and climate change Trade and investment Infrastructure This project will support the objectives of the Growth Strategy by putting a specific focus...

Date: Monday March 12, 2018

PPF mourns death of former Privy Council Clerk Gordon F. Osbaldeston

The Public Policy Forum is offering heartfelt condolences to the family of former Clerk of the Privy Council, Gordon F. Osbaldeston, who has passed away at age 88. Since 2006, our annual lecture on public service issues has honoured his name and legacy.

Date: Monday March 11, 2019

Privacy Policy

...this Privacy Statement. Under no circumstances will we sell, license, trade, or rent any of your personal information to or with others. How we protect personal information The PPF makes...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017

Governance in the Digital Age

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

McGrath & Lingley-Pottie: Applying science to delivering mental health programs

...“You can do your banking by distance and trade stocks by distance and book your airline flights by distance; why can’t you do mental health by distance?” asks McGrath, a...

Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017

Bonnie Mallard: From the barn to the bench

...bovine semen under the trade name Immunity+. Mallard calls her process of discovery “from the barn to the bench.” She began thinking about breeding animals for disease resistance in 1978...

Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017

Marcel Côté Award

...Award for Leadership in Public Policy. The Forum, in partnership with the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal and the Young Chamber of Commerce of Montreal, presented the first award...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017

Top business and government leaders gather for PPF Growth Summit and Testimonial Dinner on April 12

...supercluster initiative. Other notable panelists throughout the day include: Microsoft Canada President Kevin Peesker; Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz; Toronto Region Board of Trade CEO Jan De Silva; AI leaders Elissa...

Date: Monday April 9, 2018

Allan Clarke

...range of issues, including Indigenous languages and culture, cultural industries, business development and financing, intellectual property and international trade. Allan is Anishinaabe with family roots on the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian...

Date: Friday February 16, 2018

From the barn to the bench

...ages livestock health through genetic identification. The patented technology is licensed by a Canadian company called Semex Alliance, which markets the enhanced bovine semen under the trade name Immunity+. Mallard...

Date: Wednesday May 24, 2017

Applying science to delivering mental health programs

...families face in traditional clinic-based care. “You can do your banking by distance and trade stocks by distance and book your airline flights by distance; why can’t you do mental...

Date: Wednesday May 24, 2017

Morneau says it’s critical that all Canadians see benefits of economic growth

...of an anti-globalization movement, a rise in nationalist sentiment, a distrust of liberalized trade policy and widespread skepticism that economic growth truly benefits anyone but the wealthy. “This sense of...

Date: Tuesday April 25, 2017

PPF’s new Atlantic newsletter tracks immigration and employment

Atlantic Canada faces profound demographic changes that challenge its future prosperity and economic sustainability. With a new email newsletter, the Public Policy Forum will keep you up to date on our three-year research project on immigrant retention and labour market revitalization in the region and share other timely research and articles.

Date: Thursday December 13, 2018

PPF and Action Canada introduce the 2018-2019 Fellows the future of food. The Fellows will examine policy questions around agri-food, supply and trade, food security in Canada, innovation and technology in the agriculture and agri-food sector, food...

Date: Friday June 8, 2018

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