October 28, 2016 | Sunil Johal, Jordann Thirgood
Recently, Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau elicited strong reactions by suggesting Canadians need to get used to precarious employment because it’s the new normal. But the reality could be much worse. More
October 19, 2016 | Mowat Centre
Faced with an aging population, it will take increased funding from Ottawa but also better management by the provinces to address Canada’s health care challenges.
April 4, 2016 | Sunil Johal
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.
January 20, 2016 | Noah Zon, William Forward
The size of transfer payments can’t tell us if provincial governments are good fiscal managers.
December 16, 2015 | Sunil Johal
Uber is courting controversy again in Toronto. It launched a new service called UberHop this week that permits passengers to share a ride between selected downtown locations.
November 17, 2015 | Noah Zon
In an article from the Public Sector Digest
, Mowat Centre Practice Lead of Intergovernmental Economic & Social Policy, Noah Zon, discusses the sharing economy and what it means for public policy.
November 13, 2015 | Mark D. Jarvis, Tony Dean
One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first responsibilities, even before assuming office last week, was to choose his cabinet ministers and assign them portfolios — a task that garnered a lot of attention given the calibre of the individuals vying for a seat at the cabinet table and the prime minister’s historic commitment to achieving gender parity in cabinet.
June 10, 2015 | Noah Zon, Sunil Johal
Last week an Ontario Superior Court judge heard arguments in a court battle between the City of Toronto and Uber in a case being watched closely by policymakers and regulators from across the country.