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!

By Numerous

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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Lester Pearson

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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The Charter @ 35 (May 1)


35 years ago, Queen Elizabeth signed the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms into law along with the repatriation of the constitution. The Charter embodies key Canadian values of human rights, equality of women and men, bilingualism, multiculturali …

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Legacy of Lester B. Pearson


L to R: Dr. Richard M. Alway, Chairman, Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada; Sen. Landon Pearson; Patricia Pearson, Author; Hon. Andrew Leslie, MP, representing the Government of Canada. Table of Contents 1. The commemorative event on April 4 …

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NEW REPORT: Poverty Reduction Roundtable with Minister Jean-Yves Duclos


2017 Report of The Pearson Centre Roundtable on Poverty Reduction By Terrance Hunsley, Senior Fellow, The Pearson Centre Hosted by the Somerset West Community Health Centre, Ottawa December 8, 2016 ______________________________________________________ …

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