Canada’s Policy Transformations – January 17 2018

Good morning PPGR enthusiasts! As we wind down the celebrations for Canada’s sesquicentennial, this week’s Morning Brief is a special edition, highlighting Canada’s Policy Transformations: The Last 50 and the Next, […]

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Canada and the World: from Peace-Keeping to Counter-Terrorism and Nation-Building, from Multilateralism to Global Disorder

  Emily Burton-Brown and Kevin Hempstead 2017 has been a year marked by growing uncertainty in the face of political upheaval, ongoing terrorist threats, and war. On Canada’s 150th birthday […]

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Down the Cylinder Part 2: The National Energy Board and pipeline regulation

Ian T.D. Thomson My last pipeline explainer left us on a policy cliff-hanger. Pipelines are crucial to Canada’s economy and energy infrastructure. As the primary mode of transportation for resources, […]

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