Private Sector.

Canada's Future PM Needs Experience Beyond Politics

Maxime Bernier | Posted 05.01.2017 | Canada Politics
Maxime Bernier

Career politicians who have never worked in the private sector tend to see the world only through the lens of politics and are disconnected from the priorities of ordinary citizens. On the other hand, someone who wants to become prime minister must have the ability to govern and know the workings of our institutions if he is to succeed.

We Need To Move From Climate Commitment To Climate Action

BC Council for International Cooperation | Posted 10.11.2016 | Canada Politics
BC Council for International Cooperation

We cannot spend tens of millions of dollars promoting a low carbon future while also spending tens of millions promoting extractives. With the Agreement in full force, Canada can pivot its approach to international assistance to reflect real policy coherence. We need to support small-scale, decentralized clean energy programs that promote pro-poor, gender sensitive projects.

The Canadian Private Sector Speaks Up About The Sustainable Development Goals

Development Unplugged | Posted 04.16.2017 | Canada Business
Development Unplugged

The crucial role of the private sector in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Agenda 2030 is clearly recognized and continuously stressed as essential means of implementation by moving from "billions to trillions" of development investments from all sources.

There's Good Reason to Monitor Government Spending

Mark Milke | Posted 11.26.2014 | Canada Politics
Mark Milke

Too many use Orwellian language to propose something contrary to the public good. But, considering the reality of power, the term "taxpayer" helps people focus on the real cost of political decisions that favour a narrow interest, ones which can injure the good life for everyone else.

Two Bills Later, Political Parties Can Still Collect Your Info Scot-Free

Vincent Gogolek | Posted 08.24.2014 | Canada Politics
Vincent Gogolek

Are you worried about what federal political parties are doing with their ever-growing stashes of your personal information? Because you should be. Federal political parties' databases and all the personal information they contain are still not subject to any law (except for some information related to the voters register).

Tapping The Private Sector For Social Programs

CBC | Posted 01.12.2013 | Canada Impact

The federal government is on the right track when it comes to tapping private companies and non-profits to help run social programs, says a leading Ca...