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13 Jun

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Canada needs more of the world

June 13, 2017 | By |

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

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Canada Should Join the EU (sort of)

May 15, 2017 | By |

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

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Why Canada needs a Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario

February 4, 2015 | By |

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

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

January 22, 2015 | By |

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

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What the government isn’t telling you about federal transfers

November 25, 2014 | By |

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

04 Nov

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A Federal Economic Agenda for Ontario

November 4, 2014 | By |

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

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

August 14, 2014 | By |

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