PPGR Morning Briefing – November 14, 2016

PPGR Morning Briefing                  Good morning and welcome to another edition of the PPGR Morning Briefing! This week, we’re giving in to the increasingly desperate emails we’ve been receiving from the CRTC, and serving up our normal helping of Canadian content. So sit back, relax, throw an extra “u” or two […]

PPGR Morning Briefing – November 7, 2016

PPGR Morning Briefing                  Good morning and welcome to another edition of the PPGR Morning Briefing! This week, we will bring you a selection of relevant articles from the PPGR and other publications with a special focus on the US election. Fear not CanCon lovers, we’ll be back to our […]

PPGR Morning Creeping – October 31, 2016

                  Good morning and welcome to a special Halloween edition of the PPGR Morning Creeping! We imagine that today’s briefing finds you a little worse for wear after a weekend of candy bars, bobbing for apples, and costume parties jam-packed with the cast of Stranger Things and tributes to […]

PPGR Morning Briefing – October 27, 2016

Good morning and welcome to the PPGR Morning Briefing! Are you are clinging to your final cozy moments in bed before dipping a toe out to face this cool, rainy October morning? Or maybe you’re sitting or standing on a crowded bus, trying to avoid elbowing everyone in your personal space, on your way to […]

PPGR Morning Briefing – October 24, 2016

Good morning and welcome to the PPGR Morning Briefing! Each week we will bring you a selection of relevant articles from the PPGR and other publications on policy issues unfolding across the Canadian media landscape. Sign up here to receive the Briefing directly to your inbox! New from the PPGR:  We’ve all been there: things start off […]

Why a New Royal Proclamation Needs a New Treaty of Niagara

Caleb Holden The Walter Gordon Symposium is an annual conference co-hosted by the School of Public Policy and Governance and Massey College. In the lead up to the 2016 Walter Gordon Symposium, students, speakers, faculty, and community members are invited to share their reflections on the theme of reconciliation between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples […]