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  • Sharing the Road:<br />The Promise and Perils of Shared Mobility in the GTHA

    Sharing the Road:
    The Promise and Perils of Shared Mobility in the GTHA

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  • Back to Work:<br />Modernizing Canada’s labour market partnership

    Back to Work:
    Modernizing Canada’s labour market partnership

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  • Creating a High-Performing Canadian Civil Service against a Backdrop of Disruptive Change

    Creating a High-Performing Canadian Civil Service against a Backdrop of Disruptive Change

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  • TLDR: Why a National Inquiry Matters (if it’s done right)

    TLDR: Why a National Inquiry Matters (if it’s done right)

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August 19, 2016 | Sara Ditta, Michael Crawford Urban, Sunil Johal

Sharing the Road

The Promise and Perils of Shared Mobility in the GTHA

This report makes a series of recommendations for building a robust and flexible transportation system that can effectively respond to the emergence of “shared mobility” in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. More
August 16, 2016 | Michael Morden

Back to Work

Modernizing Canada’s labour market partnership

The federal government has signalled its willingness to re-evaluate the intergovernmental framework supporting active labour market policy – the programs governments provide to help unemployed Canadians get back to work. More

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AUGUST 4, 2016

Why a National Inquiry Matters (if it’s done right)

The federal government has announced the long-awaited launch of a national inquiry into violence against Indigenous women and girls. It’s a major victory for Indigenous activists, who worked persistently over years to move this issue into mainstream politics. And for many, it’s a source of great hope.

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Broadcast Media

August 19, 2016

Ride sharing, new tech key to cutting gridlock

Michael Crawford Urban discusses shared mobility and public transit in the GTHA. More

Mowat Opinion

April 4, 2016 | Sunil Johal

On Uber, three issues Toronto needs to get right

After 18 months, several traffic-halting protests, two court challenges and thousands of water cooler discussions, the moment of truth is near. Toronto’s city council is expected to develop a regulatory framework for taxis and the ride-sourcing company Uber in April. More

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