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  • Policy on a Patio: World Cup of Policy

    Policy on a Patio: World Cup of Policy

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  • New Mowat & HEQCO project: Research Initiative on Education + Skills

    New Mowat & HEQCO project: Research Initiative on Education + Skills

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  • TLDR: Where to go in Toronto to watch the World Cup

    TLDR: Where to go in Toronto to watch the World Cup

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  • Race to the Top: Developing an Inclusive Growth Agenda for Canada

    Race to the Top: Developing an Inclusive Growth Agenda for Canada

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Latest Research

Engage & Empower

April 30, 2018 | Mowat Centre

Defining and engaging community in Ontario’s community benefits initiatives

Canada’s governments are investing billions of dollars in large infrastructure projects. If done well, this investment can generate significant social, economic and environmental value as well as empower communities to shape their own future – but only if communities are meaningfully engaged in all stages of the process. Read More

Race to the Top

April 25, 2018 | Mowat Centre

Developing an Inclusive Growth Agenda for Canada

Governments around the world are coming to grips with the realization that growth needs to lead to more broadly-shared prosperity. There is a growing recognition that many of the benefits of globalization and free trade policies have not been broadly shared. Read More

Research Initiative on
Education + Skills

The Research Initiative on Education and Skills is an innovative collaborative policy research initiative led by the Mowat Centre and the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario. Its purpose is to access, analyze and mobilize data relating to the education, skills and labour market outcomes of Canadians, and to disseminate the findings to inform policy development.

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JUNE 14, 2018

Where to go in Toronto to watch the World Cup

As you are probably already aware, the FIFA World Cup – the most viewed sporting event on the planet – kicks off today. Here at the Mowat Centre we’re so excited for this once-every-four-years celebration of the beautiful game that we’ve decided to link it to our other favourite sport: research. It turns out that we can use census data both to show why Toronto is a fantastic place to enjoy the FIFA World Cup, and to figure out where in Toronto is best to watch each and every match in this global sporting bonanza.

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Media

Armine Yalnizyan discusses Mowat’s Race to the Top report

April 27, 2018 | Mowat Centre Armine Yalnizyan explains what people are talking about, and why it's such a game-changer in how the economy works. Read More

Mowat Opinion

Race to the top: Inclusive growth is the new growth model

April 25, 2018 | Mowat Centre You may not have noticed, but the world is in the middle of a big economic shift, from a race to the bottom to a race to the top. Read More

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