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  • Community Benefits and Social Procurement Policies

    Community Benefits and Social Procurement Policies

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  • Restoring Water Levels on Lake Michigan-Huron:<br /> A Cost-Benefit Analysis

    Restoring Water Levels on Lake Michigan-Huron:
    A Cost-Benefit Analysis

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  • On Uber, three issues Toronto needs to get right

    On Uber, three issues Toronto needs to get right

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    How can delivery units work in a federation like Canada?

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    Making it Simple
    Boosting Canadian competitiveness through selective tariff elimination

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April 21, 2016 | Nevena Dragicevic, Sara Ditta

Community Benefits and Social Procurement Policies

A Jurisdictional Review

This report reviews community benefits and social procurement policies from around the world and analyzes the successes and challenges of the varied approaches. More
April 7, 2016 | Rob Dorling, Kyle Hanniman

Restoring Water Levels on Lake Michigan-Huron

A Cost-Benefit Analysis

A 2014 report from CGLR and Mowat calculated that if extremely low water levels persisted until 2050, the adverse effects on the Great Lakes economy could reach $18.82 billion (USD). More

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March 30, 2016

How can delivery units work in a federation like Canada?

The federal government is embarking on an ambitious new mandate with over 300 commitments flowing from its election platform and Ministerial mandate letters. Voters, opposition parties and the media will all be watching the government’s progress closely over the next four years. So too, will the government itself, which has made tracking progress on the delivery of its promises a key priority.

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April 7, 2016

Video: New draft rules for Uber a step in right direction

Toronto issued new draft rules today for ride-hailing services like Uber and traditional taxis. Sunil Johal, Policy Director at the Mowat Centre says that they're a step in the right direction, but regulators need to be proactive about industry disruptors. 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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