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TLDR

Welcome to TLDR—“too long; didn’t read”—where we provide accessible content that complements our more formal research publications. TLDR provides a digital space for shorter pieces that help readers better understand the policy issues we work on. If you enjoy them, we hope you’ll share them.

Latest TLDRs

Peering Into The Future: Key Takeaways

Peering Into The Future: Key Takeaways

Many capable leaders serve on non-profit boards. They are aided by a voluminous literature and many training opportunities on effective
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Prescribing Federalism: Key Takeaways

Prescribing Federalism: Key Takeaways

The federal government is deciding how to proceed on national pharmacare. Whatever path it chooses, federal action on pharmacare will
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Sharing the Costs of Cannabis in Canada: Key Takeaways

Sharing the Costs of Cannabis in Canada: Key Takeaways

Cannabis use creates direct costs for governments, especially in the areas of health care and criminal justice. In 2015-16 alone,
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Q&A - Blockchain and Public Policy

Q&A – Blockchain and Public Policy

What is blockchain and why is it important for citizens and governments? This Q&A summarizes the findings from Mowat's Inside
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A Fair Fiscal Deal: Key Takeaways

A Fair Fiscal Deal: Key Takeaways

Over many years, the Mowat Centre’s research has documented the fact that Ontarians receive far less in federal spending than
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Where to go in Toronto to watch the World Cup

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 -
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Canada now has better data on skills and labour market outcomes than ever. Why is it so hard to use it?

Canada now has better data on skills and labour market outcomes than ever. Why is it so hard to use it?

It’s a familiar feeling. You need something. You invest resources – time and effort – to get it. You finally
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Federal budget 2018: Now the hard work begins

Federal budget 2018: Now the hard work begins

The 2018 federal budget contained many positives. Action on gender inequality and the gender wage gap, on research underfunding, and
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