50+ African Cdn Public Figures working for Canada

By Andrew Cardozo and Anne Clarke, Pearson Centre

The Black Contributors to political life As we close on Black History Month we felt it was a good time to reflect on the significant history that Black Canadian women and men and Canadians of African heritage have played in the political life of Canada …

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Won’t you support the study? THE FUTURE OF WORK


Please join us in an important and timely project… We have been addressing the Future of Work over the past year and want to kick it up a notch to develop a sharper definition of the issues and a renewed identification of solutions. Whether it’s the la …

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What Does Canada Day Mean To You?


With Canada Day just around the corner, we wanted to reflect on what this important holiday really means and what it symbolizes to people across the country. Here are some of the responses we received. Check out our Facebook page for more including sho …

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Tax policy & Trump cuts, Mintz & Evans, Feb 20


Canadian Tax Policy following the Trump Tax Cuts with Keynote: Professor Jack Mintz, University of Calgary and Commentary: Heather Evans, CEO, Canadian Tax Foundation Moderator: Sandra Pupatello, Chair, Pearson Centre (Former Ontario Minister for Trade …

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Books to read over the holidays!

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Pearson Centre’s Winter Reading List (December 2017) Mike’s World, Lester B. Pearson and Canadian External Affairs Asa McKercher and Galen Roger Perras, Editors Timely as we mark the 60th Anniversary of Pearson’s Nobel Peace Prize. Mike’s World explore …

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Pearson wins Nobel (from the CBC in 1957)

By The Award was announced in October and awarded on December 10, 1057. From the CBC website: Lester B. Pearson’s peace solution wins him the Nobel Prize As Secretary of State for Ex …

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An insider’s view of Pearson – Jim Coutts (2013)

By James A.Coutts

This insightful article is re-published to mark the 60th anniversary of Lester B. Pearson being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize May 1, 2013 An insider’s review of the Pearson Government By James A.Coutts In the end, we see a man who achieved a great deal …

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Rebel Media alive & well at Heritage Committee – Cardozo

By Andrew Cardozo

Comment Monday, September 25, 2017 | the hill times Rebel Media alive and well in House Heritage Committee studying M-103 Conservative MPs continued to push back zeroing in on their concern with naming Islamophobia, a canard if there ever was one. by A …

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Canadian Tax Policy and the Trump Agenda: Conference Call


Many will say that our tax policy works well for Canada, with some tweaks always needed. It is balanced and internationally competitive. But our system could be rocked shortly by comparatively radical reductions in corporate and personal income tax rat …

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Naming Buildings: A useful debate – Cardozo


The controversy around naming buildings, it’s actually a good debate We need to welcome the debate and not hurl insults at those we disagree with. This is an opportunity to understand discrimination present and past. Second, as we become a more egalita …

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