Canada’s challenges and priorities have changed significantly since the IRPP was founded in 1972. The key issues of the last 50 years have been many and varied, including global warming, the emergence of tech giants, the rise of artificial intelligence and the gig economy, to mention but a few. To remain relevant and effective, think tanks and schools of public policy continually survey the landscape to discover perturbances and phenomena requiring a more thorough analysis.
Throughout the spring and fall of 2022, the IRPP is partnering with the country’s major schools of public policy to hold a series of panel discussions to assist us in identifying challenges that our decision-makers will face and to examine ways in which Canada can promptly address these issues.
Events are organized in a hybrid format:
For more information, please contact Judy Manny at email@example.com.
COVID-19 provincial policies, fiscal relations, Indigenous governance, public opinion on federalism: the Centre of Excellence on the Canadian Federation is the IRPP's new permanent research initiative providing key insights on the Canadian federation.Learn More