Having women hold the most powerful elected positions, including premiers, big-city mayors and the most important cabinet positions in the country, is no longer...Read More Changing the way we talk about women in politics
Digital government, or E-government, is no longer just an interesting side project aimed at harnessing the power of digital technologies and data analytics to...Read More Wiring Public Policy for Digital Government
Canada, like other countries around the world, is in flux. Technological disruption will have a profound effect on the workforce, as well as on...Read More Nimble Policy-Making for a Canada in Flux
Whether you’re in the workforce or a parent of a child who will one day be in the workforce, chances are you’ve fretted about...Read More Preparing citizens for the future of work
In April 2018, a group of legal scholars and practitioners formed Project Fact(a) as a response to the acquittal two months earlier of Saskatchewan...Read More What can we learn from the Stanley trial?
Frauds and injustices involving consumers have become a daily component of the news, and the issues involved increasingly complex. Today, interactions with the commercial...Read More Recalibrating Canada’s Consumer Rights Regime
The federal government says it wants to transform – not just reform – the criminal justice system, “to ensure that it is just, compassionate...Read More Widening the Lens on Criminal Justice Reform