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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Whether it’s Trump or Biden, there will be no “Return to Normalcy”

By: Marshall Auerback, Research Associate, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College

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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Beyond the Economy: Prioritizing Saskatchewan’s Wellbeing

By: Ingrid Cazakoff, CEO, Heritage Saskatchewan; Iryna Khovrenkov, Associate Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy; Tracey Mann, Executive Director, Community Initiatives Fund

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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A Tectonic Shift in the Digital Divide: It’s now deeper than a technological gap

By: Cheryl Camillo, Assistant Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS); Justin Longo, JSGS Associate Professor

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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Student Performance in PISA 2018: Nettlesome Questions for Canada

By: John Richards, Professor, Simon Fraser University School of Public Policy, and Roger Phillips Chair in Social Policy, C.D. Howe Institute

This is a précis of a longer monograph recently published by the C.D. Howe Institute. It is freely available at www.cdhowe.org

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Beware of Moral Hazard in COVID-19 Policy Responses

By: Serge Dupont, former Deputy Clerk of the Privy Council; and Kevin Lynch, former Clerk of the Privy Council

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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