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  • The Mowat Centre

    The Mowat Centre
    The Mowat Centre is an independent public policy think tank located at the School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Toronto and Ontario’s non-partisan, evidence-based voice on public policy.

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  • Redesigning Collaboration

    Redesigning Collaboration
    The current approach to integrating youth and new immigrants into the GTA labour market is not working: unemployment remains stubbornly high, and employers report difficulty in recruiting workers.

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  • Recycling Ontario’s Assets

    Recycling Ontario’s Assets
    This report outlines a new framework for public asset management and reinvestment focusing on the concept of “Asset Recycling,” an innovative policy solution to protecting the public interest while maximizing revenue generation for public purposes.

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  • Ontario Made

    Ontario Made
    This summary report assesses the current state of the manufacturing sector in Ontario, explains why the sector has been facing challenges and outlines a practical strategy for renewal.

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  • Ottawa’s fight with provinces is about more than job grants

    Ottawa’s fight with provinces is about more than job grants
    It’s been a year since the federal government announced its plan for a new Canada Job Grant program (CJG) and we are apparently no closer to a negotiated agreement on its future.

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About the Mowat Centre

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The Mowat Centre is an independent public policy think tank located at the School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Toronto and Ontario’s non-partisan, evidence-based voice on public policy. We undertake collaborative applied policy research, propose innovative research-driven recommendations, and engage in public dialogue on Canada’s most important national issues.
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Latest Research

Redesigning Collaboration

April 23, 2014
Opportunities for Innovation in Toronto’s Labour Market
The current approach to integrating youth and new immigrants into the GTA labour market is not working: unemployment remains stubbornly high, and employers report difficulty in recruiting workers. Read More

 

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Matthew Mendelsohn talks Quebec-Ontario relations

March 19, 2014Matthew Mendelsohn joins TFO’s 360 to discuss Ontario-Quebec relations and the prospect of Quebec Sovereignty. Read More

Canada is Now a Diaspora Nation

March 9, 2014Canadians rightly take pride in our country’s diversity. Our collective understanding and definition of the country have been shaped by waves of immigration and most Canadians cannot imagine a Canadian identity that doesn’t include diversity. Read More

Ottawa’s fight with provinces is about more than job grants

February 14, 2014It’s been a year since the federal government announced its plan for a new Canada Job Grant program (CJG) and we are apparently no closer to a negotiated agreement on its future. Read More

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