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01/11/2014

Kevin Lynch, vice-chair of BMO Financial and former Clerk of the Privy Council, tells the Vancouver Sun's Don Cayo that Canada's post-secondary institutions need to do a better job of training graduates for today's jobs. The two spoke in the context of Mr Lynch's Public Policy Forum lecture at UBC on Canada's performance in the global talent hunt.

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12/23/2013

 In this Ottawa Citizen op-ed, Public Policy Forum President David Mitchell lists his top 10 policy stories of the year.

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12/18/2013

Postmedia references a recent Public Policy Forum report in this article on reducing GHGs from the transport sector.

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12/10/2013

Interviewed for this story on former prime ministers, Public Policy Forum President and CEO David Mitchell says sitting Canadian leaders, and the country as a whole, could benefit from the collective wisdom and experience of ex-PMs.

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12/06/2013

Forum President and CEO David Mitchell speaks to Radio-Canada Saskatchewan's Estelle Côté-Skroka about our Breadbasket 2.0 report. Click here to listen (interview in French only).

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11/26/2013

The Public Policy Forum is involved in a new Canadian-European initiative to raise awareness of partnership opportunities for Canadian and European researchers and innovators. The ERA-Can Plus project will promote science, technology and innovation collaboration between Canada and the European Union through policy dialogues, research exchanges and information sharing about funding opportunities

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11/11/2013

Toronto Star real estate columnist Bob Aaron says the release of the Forum's Stage 2 report from the Ontario Condo Act Review means big change is coming to the province's condo sector. 

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11/06/2013

The Telegram talks to Margaret McCain, Memorial University and others about the early learning ideal.

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10/31/2013

Maclean's John Geddes references the Forum's recent work on the Agreement on Internal Trade in his column.

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10/25/2013

iPolitics reporter James Munson talks to Mel Cappe, former Clerk of the Privy Council, about the supply and demand for ideas in government--the topic of his Public Policy Forum lecture at the University of Ottawa on Oct. 21.

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