Quantifying the impact of unprincipled allocations of federal transfers to Ontario
The majority of federal government spending comes in the form of transfer payments to Canada’s provinces and citizens. However, not all of these transfers are allocated in a fair and principled manner.Read More
Almost three in ten young Ontarians – and one in three young men in Ontario – are entering an increasingly demanding labour market without any postsecondary training or credential. This is one of the main findings from a new Mowat analysis of data from the 2016 census. Read More
The last recession had a profound effect on Ontario, but its effects were felt differently by Ontarians from different backgrounds and in different regions of the province. This is the picture that emerges from the 2016 census data on income and employment, analyzed in Mowat’s latest A Different Ontario report. Read More
The next 50 years will see new global challenges arise – largely driven by technological, demographic and environmental change. We have already begun to see these trends manifest themselves in areas such as cyber-warfare, mass migration and rising rates of poverty and inequality. Read More
In June 2014, the Mowat Centre convened a group of leaders from Ontario’s key industry and sector organizations to talk about what a federal economic agenda for our province might look like (Read the final report, A Federal Economic Agenda in Ontario).