A Report From The Confederation of Tomorrow 2021 Survey of Canadians: Respect, Influence and Fairness in the Canadian Federation
A Report From The Confederation of Tomorrow 2021 Survey of Canadians: Addressing Climate Change in the Canadian Federation
The Confederation of Tomorrow Survey of Canadians has released a report on the status of support for government policies on climate change across the provinces and territories. Though the COVID-19 pandemic topped Canadian concerns over the last year, climate change remains a serious concern for many Canadians. The Brian Mulroney Institute of Government is a proud partner in the study along with the Institute for Research on Public Policy, the Canada-West Foundation, the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, and the Centre D’Analyse Politique – Constitution et Fédéralisme.
A Report From The Confederation of Tomorrow 2021 Survey of Canadians: Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
The Confederation of Tomorrow Survey of Canadians has released a report on public opinion on efforts to facilitate and achieve reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. In the months before the COVID-19 pandemic, headlines around the country were focused on issues related to Indigenous Peoples’ rights.
The Confederation of Tomorrow Survey of Canadians has released two reports on the COVID-19 pandemic: All in This Together? Canadians’ Views on Masks, Vaccines and Lockdowns During the COVID-19 Pandemic and The Role of Governments and the Division of Powers: Federalism in the Context of a Pandemic. Both reports detail the results of national surveys that explore Canadians’ thoughts on multiple issues pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government’s efforts to generate timely and relevant policy research, the Institute has partnered with The American Review of Canadian Studies to publish a special issue. The issue was co-edited by the Institute’s director, Donald E. Abelson, and Adam Lajeunesse, the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Canadian Arctic Marine Security.