Canada 2020 has released volume one of its new report, Towards an Inclusive, Innovative Canada – a part of the Canada 2020 Innovation Project. The report provides inspiration for the government’s innovation agenda, with 10 big ideas for how to improve Canada’s innovation performance.
Canada 2020 is proud to announce that award-winning journalist and best-selling author Susan Delacourt will be the next host of its Brief Remarks podcast. “I’ve been urging people to listen to Brief Remarks since it launched last fall,” said Susan Delacourt. “It offers great, often-unexpected insights into how politics and government really work. So when I was asked to follow in the trail blazed by Jennifer and Rob, I was delighted.”
Starting this week, and leading up to our 3rd Annual Canada 2020 Conference, we will be releasing some of the ‘Big Ideas’ central of our upcoming report, ‘Being Innovative’. Today: A Canada-wide transformation of numeracy skills.
Canada 2020 is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a conversation between Canada and Mexico’s top environment and climate change officials tomorrow in Ottawa. Click here for the livestream link.
Q&A: Canada 2020’s Founders, 10 Years Later In June 2006, more than 200 people gathered at Mont Tremblant to discuss a vision for a more progressive Canada. It was the first ever meeting of what would become Canada 2020, a new upstart think-tank for Canada’s progressive community. 10 years later and Canada 2020 has grown […]
This June marks Canada 2020’s 10th Year Anniversary – and we’ve got a whole year of events and special projects planned in celebration. Click here to view dates for Canada 2020’s annual conferences, upcoming special events, and other projects on the agenda as Canada 2020 celebrates 10 years of impact on Canadian public policy.
Today, the Center for American Progress, Canada 2020, and Global Progress are releasing a new booklet of essays from more than a dozen voices active in the worldwide progressive movement. Featuring contributions from former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The Prime Minister’s State Visit in Washington unofficially began with glitz and glam Wednesday night, thanks to an exclusive event with distinguished guests including Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated Canadian Alternative R&B superstar The Weeknd.
The Weeknd, other special guests to attend Canada 2020 event with Prime Minister Trudeau in Washington Grammy-winning, Oscar nominated CanadianAlternative R&B superstar among guests to attend the Prime Minister’s Reception hosted by Canada 2020 in Washington D.C. tomorrow 8 March 2016 (Washington, D.C.) – Fresh-off his performance at the 88th Academy Awards, Toronto-born artist The […]
Canada 2020 and the Center for American Progress will host two special events with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his first state visit to the United States next week. The first event will be the Prime Minister’s Reception, an invitation-only gala happening the evening before the State Dinner on Wednesday, March 9th at the Renwick Gallery. The first event will be the Prime Minister’s Reception, an invitation-only gala happening the evening before the State Dinner on Wednesday, March 9th at the Renwick Gallery. This event is invitation-only, and hosted in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute. The second event will be a special luncheon event happening the day after the State Dinner on Friday, March 11th at the Mayflower Hotel.