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“Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship,” is a five-part dialogue series
The Symposium will highlight original research papers by interns from the Parliamentary Internship Programme.
The IOG is working on a three-year Iraq Fiscal Decentralisation and Resiliency-Building project funded by Global Affairs Canada
The Institute on Governance has partnered with the Environics Institute for Survey Research to gauge Canadians’ attitudes to public institutions in 2016.
NCR and two Inter-Jurisdictional Executive Leadership Programs launching this fall!
Read our latest research.
The Institute on Governance was pleased to present the winner of this year’s Alfred Hales prize at the Parliamentary Internship Programme’s Valedictory Luncheon. The Alfred Hales prize was named after the backbencher Member of Parliament who created the internship in 1969. The luncheon was held on Parliament Hill and celebrated the excellent work that had been done by the 2015/2016 parliamentary interns. On behalf of the Institute on Governance, Davide Cargnello and Michael O’Neill awarded the Alfred Hales prize to… Read more