When it comes to housing strategies, the Liberal Party giveth, taketh away and giveth again. In 1973, then Liberal minister of urban affairs Ron...Read More Good reviews (mostly) for the National Housing Strategy
The term experimentation in the public policy context can sometimes have a negative connotation – bringing to mind everything from uncertainty and risk to...Read More Is experimentation just the latest policy buzzword?
It’s been a long time coming, but the federal government is expected to unveil national accessibility laws this spring. Similar legislation in other jurisdictions,...Read More Who benefits from accessible infrastructure?
Food plays an important role in the health of all Canadians. Our food systems are closely intertwined with our economy, environment and physical, social...Read More The rise of food policy councils in Canada
Les progrès récents de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) reposent sur deux facteurs clés : l’augmentation de la capacité de calcul des ordinateurs, qui autorise le...Read More Pour un développement plus égalitaire de l’IA
British Prime Minister Theresa May recently appointed a minister of loneliness. Her announcement last month represented a watershed moment in raising public awareness on...Read More Can government fix the loneliness problem?
What does precarious work look like in Canada today, and what is driving it? How should decision-makers address the loss of employment stability? With...Read More Precarious work and the changing nature of employment
Sidewalk Toronto’s high-tech and futuristic waterfront proposals for the city of Toronto are mired in controversy, even though Canadian cities have relied upon state-of-the-art...Read More Values-based AI and the new smart cities
The Trump administration’s contempt toward immigrants and refugees is no longer a surprise, but it seems Canadian decision-makers haven’t got the memo. In what...Read More Allow Salvadorans to make a safe claim in Canada