See the highlights from PPF's Fall Dinner: The Real Deal on Canada-U.S. Relations
Ambassador David MacNaughton, Brian Tobin, Washington journalists Luiza Savage of Politico and Ali Velshi of MSNBC, and Janice Gross Stein of the Munk School unpack the state of U.S. politics and its impacts on Canada.
Keeping Canada Competitive
Canada needs a clear, new program for competitiveness that accounts for classic economic challenges and a new set of disruptions such as intellectual property, data and labour participation.
Impacts of AI: Autonomous Vehicles and Precision Medicine
As researchers and business leaders move quickly to explore and exploit an ever-growing field of artificial intelligence opportunities, policy-makers – recognizing AI’s far-reaching implications - seek frameworks to assess and regulate them. These reports examine issues and suggest frameworks for AI’s impact on transportation of people and goods, and on how we predict, identify and treat disease.
Millennial Money: Financial Independence and Well-Being for the Next Generation
Millennials are as financially knowledgeable as previous generations and are doing OK when it comes to financial well-being, but they face challenges such as housing affordability and student debt repayments that innovative policy should address.
Digital Democracy Project to examine online disinformation
The Digital Democracy Project is a multi-year project to analyze and respond to the increasing amounts of disinformation and hate in the digital public sphere. It will monitor digital and social media in real time, coordinate with international research and policy development projects, and develop public policy responses to counter these threats to democratic institutions and social cohesion.
Poisoning Democracy: How Canada Can Address Harmful Speech Online
The rise of harmful speech online is a threat to Canada’s democracy. This report outlines how governments and digital platform companies can better address hate and harassment, including the creation of a Moderation Standards Council.
Diversification not Dependence: A Made-in-Canada China Strategy
Canada can truly diversify its trade and break its dependence on a single partner by pursuing a strategy built on sectoral trade agreements with China.
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