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Where Will You Retire? Seniors’ Migration within Canada and Implications for Policy debt


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Where Will You Retire? Seniors’ Migration within Canada and Implications for Policy debt

As part of an in-depth look at the policy priorities of Canadians, the IRPP partnered with Nanos Research to examine the views of Canadians on many of the challenges we face as a nation. Two broad forces — the importance of issues closest to the day-to-day lives of Canadians, and the greater focus of elected officials on issues with possible solutions, may be the hallmarks of the public policy environment for the foreseeable future. >


By IRPP, Canada


Governance Policy Resource.

CaNaDIaNs Rate hIghly the Issues Close to theIR Day-to-Day lIves debt


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CaNaDIaNs Rate hIghly the Issues Close to theIR Day-to-Day lIves debt

As part of an in-depth look at the policy priorities of Canadians, the IRPP partnered with Nanos Research to examine the views of Canadians on many of the challenges we face as a nation. Two broad forces — the importance of issues closest to the day-to-day lives of Canadians, and the greater focus of elected officials on issues with possible solutions, may be the hallmarks of the public policy environment for the foreseeable future. 


By IRPP, Canada


Governance Policy Resource.

Roundtable on Temporary Migration and the Canadian Labour Market.


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Roundtable on Temporary Migration and the Canadian Labour Market.

On April 30, 2012, the Institute for Research on Public Policy, with support from Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, held a one-day roundtable on Temporary Migration and the Canadian Labour Market. Participants included academic and other experts on immigration policy and labour market economics, federal, provincial and territorial government officials and graduate students. 


By IRPP, Canada.


Governance Policy Resource.