Governing Past the Next Election - An IOG and Ipsos Series

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The Series

Starting in August and running through the federal election campaign to October, the IOG and Ipsos will produce a series of research-based thought pieces related to public sector governance in Canada, merging Ipsos survey-based opinion data with the expertise and insights into governance provided by the IOG.

The series will not review political party platforms – that’s for the media and others.  Rather, we will put big issues squarely on the table to spur debate and offer objective and practical solutions for key decision-makers.  We will examine major issues ranging from: public sector governance, health care, immigration, youth engagement, the environment, housing, and fiscal policy all against a backdrop of declining social cohesion.  We will explore positive strategies of how to strengthen social cohesion, democratic participation and the perceived value of government.  

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Stay Informed on the Governing Past the Next Election Series

Governing Past the Next Election: A New Series from the Institute on Governance and Ipsos

Read IOG VP Brad Graham's series summary that was featured in IOG's Spotlight on Governance Newsletter
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How the ‘wedge solution’ is further dividing Canadians

A commentary piece by IOG President, Toby Fyfe, and Ipsos President, Mike Colledge featured by Global News on August 2nd, 2019.
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