What were the highlights of the 2019 federal budget? Policy Options editor-in-chief Jennifer Ditchburn, IRPP research directors Colin Busby and Natalia Mishagina, and Veldon Coburn of...Read More Budget 2019 analysis live from the lockup
Commençons par le début avant de tout oublier. Le drame de SNC-Lavalin se fabrique, se tisse entre 2000 et 2012. En apparence, ce sont...Read More Le fiasco SNC-Lavalin : crime, culture, gouvernance?
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute recently hosted its annual trade policy conference, Canada’s State of Trade: At Home and Beyond. It was an informative...Read More As populism rises, look at what has fallen: Wages
Canada’s economy is doing well, our unemployment rate is at its lowest level in decades, and the average net worth of Canadians is increasing....Read More How policy-makers can help Canadians build financial security
There’s an opportunity to fight climate change that is literally all around us. It’s the road you took to get where you are. It...Read More How infrastructure could build Canada’s clean economy
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt recently reiterated that a post-Brexit United Kingdom will look to leverage its global networks including, significantly, the Commonwealth. As...Read More The untapped potential of Commonwealth markets
In December, hundreds of artificial intelligence’s (AI) best and brightest converged on Montreal for a conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), the world’s...Read More Canada is well positioned to be an AI superstar
Canada’s business investment in research and development (R&D) is lower than in other advanced economies, a fact that has long preoccupied policy-makers. The question...Read More Questioning university-industry collaboration policy