The latest edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review is out now and available online for your reading pleasure.
Volume 6, Issue 1 of the Public Policy and Governance Review comes at an exciting time in the Canadian policy world. Recently contested electoral mandates in Ontario, technological advancements, and an upcoming federal election are opening the doors for new ideas and fresh perspectives in the face of wicked policy challenges. The Review was not immune to the changes brought on by time, as we are now home to a new editorial masthead and a revamped online presence, reaching over 4,000 readers around the world each month.
In this time of change, the Review’s aim of showcasing a diverse array of innovative policy insights and ideas has become all the more relevant. In this issue, readers will explore a wide range of issues, moving from non-citizen voting to First Nations health governance to government advertising.
As the Review enters its sixth year, we would like to thank the various individuals and entities that continue to support its publication. This issue would not have been possible without the generous support of the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto. We would also like to extend a special thank you to Ian Clark and Janet Mason, our esteemed Faculty Advisors. To our Advisory Board, our editorial forbearers, our talented Associate Editors and Editorial Assistants, and to the broader SPPG community, we also offer thanks.
To access Volume 6, Issue 1 in full, please click here.