The Future of Work: Who works for Workers in the New World of Work?

By Terrance Hunsley

Who works for Workers in the New World of Work? Surely one of the biggest concerns of people all over the world is the disruptive transformation of work and jobs.  There are so many commissions, consultations, conferences and books, on the future of wo …

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NEW REPORT. Responding to the Trump Cuts: Canadian Tax Policy

By Daniela Stratulativ & Andrew Cardozo

CANADIAN TAX POLICY FOLLOWING THE TRUMP TAX CUTS A report from three roundtables in 2017 and 2018  A priority issue in the Pearson Centre’s ECON4TMRO series   By Daniela Stratulativ & Andrew Cardozo October 2018 The Pearson Centre would like t …

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Why the Right is Winning – Cardozo

By Andrew Cardozo

Monday, October 8, 2018 | Latest Paper Progressive fatigue and good communications: why the right is winning By Andrew Cardozo In this extreme information age, all communicators get less time than ever before. Voters are not simpler or less intelligent …

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Fighting Poverty: The Saga Continues

By Terrance Hunsley

Premier Doug Ford did not waste time in getting rid of the Ontario basic income experiment. He slammed the door on hopes that advocates had for provincial action to reduce poverty in Ontario.  He simultaneously rolled back a decision by the previous go …

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Improving Innovation Across North America – Brad Ashton

By W. Bradford Ashton, Ph.D.

From Remarks Prepared for the “Forum on Advancing Innovation across North America” The Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy Ottawa, Ontario

 Key Challenges Facing Canada, Mexico and The United States to Advance the Science Enterprise at The National Level In general, “innovation” is thought of as “doing new things in new ways that create value” and is the basic process that is the foundati …

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Changing the RCMP’s Culture – Goodale


RALPH GOODALE’S REPORT A commentary by the Member of Parliament for Regina-Wascana and Canada’s Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness  July 13th, 2018 THE MASSIVE TASK OF CULTURAL CHANGE IN THE RCMP  Members of the Royal Canadian Mount …

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Canada Days: Celebrating the shared heritage of all Canadians

By Susan Korah

By Susan Korah, Special to The Epoch Times June 28, 2018 6:01 am Last Updated: June 28, 2018 6:10 am People might expect Canada Day celebrations to be somewhat muted this year in the wake of last year’s spectacular festivities honouring the nation’s 15 …

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Time for National Consultation on Poverty Reduction to Bear Fruit

By Terrance Hunsley

OECD in Canada to Talk Work and Social Policy The problems are becoming clearer; the solutions, ah… not so much. The OECD social policy ministers were in Canada on May 14 to talk about some familiar themes – economic inequality, precarious work, job de …

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Flag Day Reception 2017


Speaker Regan delivered an inspiring speech at our 2017 Flag Day Reception. See below for the full details:   Flag Day – February 15, 2017   Fellow parliamentarians, mesdames et messieurs, ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of Pearson Centre for …

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Conversation: Michael Pearson on the Pearson Legacy


A discussion with Michael Pearson, grandson of Lester B. Pearson, moderated by Andrew Cardozo, President of the Pearson Centre, recorded at the Canadian Museum of History.

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