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Roundtable on Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science: Summary of Literature

ReportBy Institute on GovernanceOn February 11, 2019

On 8 February, the IOG and the Office of the Chief Science Advisor co-hosted a roundtable discussion on opportunities for interweaving Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science in federal public policy. The discussion brought together...

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Connect-Empower-Progress: A report on the inaugural Symposium hosted by the Federal Black Employee Caucus with the Institute on Governance

By Institute on GovernanceOn February 1, 2019

On January 23, 2019, the Federal Black Employee Caucus (FBEC) held its inaugural national Symposium at the Institute on Governance. The event brought together Black employees, human resources practitioners, and members of parliament,...

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Here be Dragons: Lessons from China's AI Strategy

ReportBy Mark RobbinsOn January 18, 2019

In 2017 Vladimir Putin boldly declared that “whoever leads in artificial intelligence will rule the world.” While perhaps overstated, there AI industries nonetheless hold a clear importance to global leadership in the 21st century. AI...

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InnovAItion in the Canadian Federal Government

EditorialBy Matt JacksonOn January 3, 2019

The Government of Canada finds itself at a crossroads in the digital revolution. While steps are being taken to develop the policies and guidelines that support the ongoing transition to #GCDigital, the federal government is rightly...

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Talking the Talk: Turning the Language of Innovation into Practical Action

EditorialBy Ed Bernacki & Mark RobbinsOn December 13, 2018

Governments around the world are now investing in strategies to build innovation skills and capacity of public servants to innovate solutions for the challenges of servicing citizens. Since 2000, Governments in Singapore, South Africa,...

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