Tyler Meredith is the research director for IRPP's research in pension reform, and labour market policy. He brings eight years of public policy experience advising organizations and senior leaders from all three orders of government, as well as the broader public sector and the non-profit community. Before joining the Institute, Tyler was a senior consultant in the public sector advisory services practice of KPMG LLP's Ottawa office. In community work Tyler has served as president of the Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization, vice-chair of the Social Planning Council of Ottawa, and a board member with the Centretown Citizens of Ottawa Corporation and Canadian University Press Media Services, among others. He holds a dual honours degree in political science and history from the University of Ottawa, and a master's of public administration from Queen's University. He was co-editor-in-chief of the Queen's Policy Review and has provided commentary for various media outlets, including the Ottawa Citizen, CBC and CTV.

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2015: The year of big thinking in Ottawa?

However this year's federal election campaign plays out, and the issues and ideas that dominate it, the marker for policy renewal will be what happens inside the public service. Although the public debate of ideas is …

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America works

A disconnect between the skills in demand by employers and those available among the unemployed and recent graduates. Insufficient labour market data to tell those entering training programs what skills they should pursue. A need …

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Fixing the skills gap

If the theme of the Conservative government's previous budget was longterm planning for Canada's aging workforce, Budget 2013 shifted attention back to the here and now. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's announcements of the proposed Canada …

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Improving the Canada Learning Bond

Earlier this month came big news about the Canada Learning Bond (CLB): following the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's landmark report, the National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) along with a coalition of …

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More RRSP: How do we help the right people?

Are higher RRSP contribution limits, or even a more flexible lifetime savings limit, the answer for Canadians who aren't saving enough for retirement? In a short analysis released on Thursday, Alexandre Laurin at the C.D. …

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The city that never suffers

For a capital city so frequently derided as ”œbroken” by acrimonious partisanship and special interests, life in Washington, DC, has never been better for the political class. Or so it appears from Mark Leibovich's This …

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