Here at Mowat, we talk a lot about the policy implications of disruptive technologies and ideas. In recent years, we’ve written about how policymakers can prepare for shifting realities and changes on the horizon.Read More
Project components were divided between the following successful bidders:
International Energy Transition GmbH and Meister Consultants Group
National Regulatory Research Institute
Navigant Consulting Ltd.
Sweco International AB
Waters Wye Associates Ltd
Mowat Energy is conducting a comprehensive study of emerging trends facing the energy sector, with a focus on the drivers and potential trajectories of energy transformation in Ontario and on the effects of energy transformation on Ontario’s energy sector and beyond.Read More
Legalizing marijuana in Canada could be both a regulatory minefield and a revenue bonanza for governments. Prime Minister Trudeau has given the Ministers of Justice, Public Safety and Health mandates to “create a federal-provincial-territorial process that will lead to the legalization and regulation of marijuana”.Read More
Matthew Mendelsohn will be leaving his position as Director of the University of Toronto’s Mowat Centre. The founding director of the public policy think tank at the School of Public Policy & Governance [SPPG] will be stepping down in January 2016 to take up a position as Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet (Results and Delivery) in the Privy Council Office with the federal government. Read More
On March 26, 2015, Mowat Centre Policy Director Sunil Johal and Policy Associate Jamie Van Ymeren provided expert testimony to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities. Their remarks focused on social impact bonds, outcomes-based funding and the role governments can play in providing an enabling environment and supportive infrastructure for social finance and innovative program delivery. These are their opening remarks.