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Legitimacy in Government: A Path to Reconciliation

Legitimacy and Reconciliation in Canada The Public Policy Forum is taking part in a global project, coordinated by The Centre for Public Impact in the United Kingdom, to explore the concept of...

Date: Friday January 5, 2018


PPF Names Award for Frank McKenna

...policy debate and decisions in one of the four Atlantic provinces, the overall region or nationally. “Frank has been the indefatigable champion of New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada for more...

Date: Friday November 24, 2017


Ten Tough Jobs 2010

...update of a publication first done in 2002 that explores the changing nature of leadership within the Government of Canada. Selecting the Ten Tough Jobs: The Public Policy Forum surveyed over 170...

Date: Tuesday October 19, 2010


Workplace Innovation in Canada’s Public Service: How Collaborative Approaches, Dynamic Workspaces, and Enabling Technology Can Deliver Greater Value to Canadians

Governments are facing mounting pressure to improve service delivery and accountability to citizens under increasing fiscal restraints and an aging workforce. To thrive in this complex environment, public...

Date: Wednesday July 6, 2011


Changing the game: Public sector productivity in Canada

This paper is a summary of our research, interviews and roundtable discussions on how to apply efficiency and effectiveness in the public sector. It also provides examples of...

Date: Wednesday January 7, 2015


Paul Santerre: A formula for turning ideas into products

...like to see investment for startups coming from companies, such as major Canadian retailers, as well as enhanced lending from financial institutions and better support from Canada’s many philanthropists. “Canada...

Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017


Frank McKenna Award | Atlantic Canada

Our annual award for outstanding contributions to public policy by Atlantic Canadians is named in honour of Frank McKenna, one of the region’s most accomplished leaders. Since 2013, PPF...

Date: Wednesday October 18, 2017


PPF conference in Fredericton focuses on immigration; Atlantic Dinner features first Frank McKenna Awards

...Edward Greenspon. “What Atlantic Canada is grappling with today is what the rest of Canada will need to confront tomorrow.” Speakers also include Marta Morgan, Deputy Minister of Immigration, Refugees...

Date: Monday March 19, 2018


The Limits of Regulation

Following the roundtable convened by the Public Policy Forum and Elections Canada on political financing in Canada in October 2017, participants were invited to write an article about their thoughts...

Date: Friday March 16, 2018


September 16, 2013: Strengthening Civic Collaboration roundtable summary report

Over the past year, Canada’s Public Policy Forum has been working with various Canadian elections management organzations to identify strategies for improving youth voter turnout. At a time of complex...

Date: Monday September 16, 2013


Canada’s Public Service in the 21st Century – Destination: Excellence

The report is the result of a pan-Canadian consultation that included 14 roundtable sessions, 50 interviews with prominent Canadians, as well as jurisdictional comparisons, analysis of previous reforms,...

Date: Wednesday May 21, 2008


One-on-One: Perry Bellegarde

...that “closing this gap is really in the best interests of Canada.” “Canada’s economy is based on land” Bellegarde tied economic development to Indigenous property, saying “from an Indigenous perspective,...

Date: Wednesday October 19, 2016


Glen Hodgson

...Canada (EDC), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the federal Department of Finance. He has travelled the world and Canada as an economic thinker, financial negotiator and advisor to governments,...

Date: Friday January 12, 2018


July 9, 2013: The Future of Canada’s Nuclear Energy Sector — Toronto Workshop Summary Report

On May 23, 2013, the Public Policy Forum convened leaders from the private, public, academic and research sectors in Toronto to explore the future of the Canadian nuclear...

Date: Tuesday July 9, 2013


Max FineDay’s challenge to Canada’s public servants: Embrace reconciliation or get out of the way

Indigenous leader Max FineDay had some strong words for a group of senior Canadian public servants: "If you are not in service to Indigenous people, it might be time for you to retire," the Executive Director of Canadian Roots Exchange told the group in a video message.

Date: Wednesday July 25, 2018


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