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13 Jun 2017

Canada needs more of the world

June 13, 2017

Rethinking the nation state in the 21st century

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.
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15 May 2017

Canada Should Join the EU (sort of)

May 15, 2017

Canadians have always aspired to a kind of open, cosmopolitan citizenship. Wilfrid Laurier said freedom was our nationality. Pierre Trudeau declared himself a citizen of the world. Read More

04 Feb 2015

Why Canada needs a Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario

February 4, 2015

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).

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22 Jan 2015

The Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario at the Northern Policy Institute’s Leadership Luncheon

January 22, 2015

Sunil Johal, the Mowat Centre’s policy director, provides an overview of the Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario in Thunder Bay.

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25 Nov 2014

What the government isn’t telling you about federal transfers

November 25, 2014

Too many federal transfer programs fail basic tests of transparency, efficiency, and fairness. Read More

04 Nov 2014

A Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario

November 4, 2014

Discussion Paper

The Mowat Centre, the Northern Policy Institute, and the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity are convening a broad range of economic stakeholders in Ontario to develop a Federal Economic Agenda for our province. Read More

14 Aug 2014

Immigration to Ontario has declined 33% due to Federal government rule changes

August 14, 2014

For most of the last century, Ontario’s population growth was fueled by its status as a magnet for new immigrants. Read More