As we begin to think about what’s next for Canada 2020, we wanted to look specifically at our place in the world among similar global organizations. After all, there has never been a better time to be Canadian. In order to do that, we decided to recruit someone to help — I’m happy to announce that we’ve found just the right person…
All the photo highlights from the 4th Annual Canada 2020 Conference, featuring Sir Richard Branson, the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, Metric’s Emily Haines, Liz Plank from Vox Media, Minister of Finance Bill Morneau, Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan, Michele Romanow of CBC’s Dragons’ Den, Premier Kathleen Wynne and more…
This is the second in The Open Government Papers series by Don Lenihan. To read volume one, click here. “An important paper that convincingly sets up open dialogue as the most effective answer to populism. A must-read for policy-makers who want governments to make better decisions.” – Graham Fox, IRPP “This is an insightful, provocative, […]
Fourth Annual Canada 2020 Conference set to feature Sir Richard Branson, Brian Mulroney, Bill Morneau, Harjit Sajjan, Michele Romanow, Kathleen Wynne, Liz Plank, Emily Haines, David Frum + more 13 June 2017 (Ottawa) – The 4th Annual Canada 2020 Conference is set to draw world-class speakers like Richard Branson, Liz Plank, David Frum, Michele Romanow […]
How Big Data is about to Explode Policymaking as We Know It is the first of a series of papers Canada 2020 will release on data and policymaking. In it, Tom Pitfield and Don Lenihan explain the shifts that will occur thanks to massive amounts of high quality data and a new capacity for data analytics.
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.”