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Presentation | 2021

Local Implications of a National Housing Strategy: The Case of Toronto

This presentation by Graduate Fellow, James Ankers, examined the implications for Toronto of recent national re-engagement in housing policy. It analyzed major elements of the National Housing Strategy and explored the new policy tools and approaches the federal government is using to engage local partners in the development and management of new housing stock.
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Video | 2021

Local Implications of a National Housing Strategy: The Case of Toronto

In this video presentation, Graduate Fellow James Ankers examined the implications for Toronto of recent national re-engagement in housing policy. He analyzed major elements of the National Housing Strategy, assessing how it differs from previous housing policy efforts, and explored the new policy tools and approaches the federal government is using to engage local partners in the development and management of new housing stock.
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Video | 2021

Policy in Place: Models for Federal-Provincial-Municipal Collaboration

This webinar revisited Canada’s history of successful tri-level agreements between federal, provincial, and municipal governments on issues from homelessness to economic development. Working from his recent IMFG paper, Dr. Bradford showed how these agreements offer a model for a more collaborative form of policymaking that includes all orders of government.
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Presentation | 2021

Policy in Place: Models for Federal-Provincial-Municipal Collaboration

This presentation revisited Canada’s history of successful tri-level agreements between federal, provincial, and municipal governments on issues from homelessness to economic development. Working from his recent IMFG paper, Dr. Bradford showed how these agreements offer a model for a more collaborative form of policymaking that includes all orders of government.
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Perspectives Paper | 2020

It Takes Three: Making Space for Cities in Canadian Federalism

Canadian cities are on the front lines addressing and dealing with the impacts of Canada’s major policy challenges, including the COVID-19 crisis. However, they remain “little siblings” in Canadian federalism, often ignored by the federal government or overruled by the provinces. This paper examines four specific challenges cities face because of this situation, as well as two fundamental steps that can be taken to address the imbalance in Canadian governance and fiscal relations.
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