Canada is not an economic giant when compared with other global energy producers, but we compete head to head with the world’s energy leaders...Lire le texte Generation energy or economic policy for a generation?
John Chant’s Policy Options piece, “OSFI must be independent,” offers some good observations; however, it is disadvantaged by a number of unfortunate misunderstandings about...Lire le texte Credit unions and the term “banking”
The news trickling out of the APEC Summit in Vietnam on November 10 was confusing. Was the Trans-Pacific Partnership moving ahead, did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sabotage efforts to revive it, or was it being “re-revived” after all? Only...Lire le texte The APEC summit and Canada’s reputation in Asia
The news these days is rife with stories about the impending electric vehicle (EV) revolution, and for the most part, it’s a good-news story:...Lire le texte The policy dilemma of aviation emissions
Buzzwords such as livability, sustainability, mixed use and walkability are commonly used to describe the modern-day urban planning philosophy. The reality on the ground,...Lire le texte The five i’s of failed urban planning
Investors who wish to address climate change in the construction of portfolios often seek to reduce their dependence on investments connected to the fossil...Lire le texte Are investment carbon footprints good for investors and the climate?
Automation and a rise in atypical forms of employment have triggered welcome and necessary debates about how social protection systems can maintain effective support...Lire le texte The future of work and current social protection
There is strong and growing evidence that women’s economic empowerment is central to the achievement of inclusive growth, particularly in low- and middle-income countries....Lire le texte Women’s empowerment in business and the labour force