Reproductive Justice and Indigenous Women in Saskatchewan: Overview and Recommendations

By: Alana Cattapan, CRC in the Politics of Reproduction and Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo; Samantha Moore, PhD Student, University of Manitoba; Karen Lawford, Assistant Professor of Gender Studies, Queen’s University

On January 26th, 2021 the Government of Saskatchewan announced it would be ending the use of birth alerts in the province, following the calls to justice from the National Inquiry ...

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The Evolving Economy (Post-COVID-19 and beyond) and Aligning Skills Training: Roles for Canada’s Postsecondary Institutions

By: Asit K. Sarkar, Professor Emeritus, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan

This issue of JSGS Policy Brief is part of a series dedicated to exploring and providing evidence-based analysis, policy ideas, recommendations and research conclusions on the vari...

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How Joe Biden Can Heal America

By: Peter Nicholson, former Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy, Office of the Prime Minister of Canada; former inaugural President of the Council of Canadian Academies

Written by Peter Nicholson, this Policy Brief seeks to provide an answer and, on that basis, to suggest the outline of a policy agenda to fulfill Joe Biden's pledge to heal America...

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COVID-19: We Have a Vaccine, Now Comes the Hard Part

By: Jim Marshall, Lecturer, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

This issue of JSGS Policy Brief is part of a series dedicated to exploring and providing evidence-based analysis, policy ideas, recommendations and research conclusions on the vari...

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Making Co-Management Work: A Primer

By: Sujata Manandhar, Post-doctoral fellow, University of Saskatchewan and Yukon University; Nadia Joe, Environmental Scientist, Green Raven Environmental Inc.; and Douglas A. Clark, Associate Professor, USask School of Environment and Sustainability

Beyond policy is implementation. Too often what people believe to be good policy fails not because the policy itself is misguided, but because its application is flawed by lack of ...

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Are Small Modular Nuclear Reactors in Saskatchewan's Future?

By: Margot Hurlbert, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Policy, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS); Dale Eisler, JSGS Senior Policy Fellow

Often, the best way to approach a policy challenge, especially one as fraught as climate change, is to start with a question. Or, in this case, three questions. It tends to focus t...

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