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Safer, healthier housing for Toronto

Extreme heat kills and smog kills. Toronto's Medical Officer of Health has reported that, in an average year, 120 Torontonians die prematurely from heat, and Continue Reading…

The Real Bestsellers

As I do every weekend I read both the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail newspapers. An interesting article appeared in the Sunday Star in the ideas section- The Continue Reading…

Reforming Children's Services

Demos, a leading progressive British think tank, has published an analysis of very ambitious plans to reform children's services in the UK: The Leadership Continue Reading…

Follow-up memo to the Standing Committee on Social Policy on Bill 36

On January 30 Wellesley presented a brief to the Standing Committee on Social Policy on Bill 36, the enacting legislation. We were also asked for some Continue Reading…

Recommendations for specific amendments to Bill 36 on LHINs

Rick Blickstead and I presented a brief to the Standing Committee on Social Policy of the Ontario Legislature January 30 on the LHINs (Local Health Integration Continue Reading…

Changing Impact of Income Inequality

Wellesley Visiting Scholar John Myles has published a very interesting paper on the changing impact of income inequality. John is a professor in the Department Continue Reading…

Celebrate Canada Funding

The Department of Canadian Heritage is seeking funding applications for 2006 Celebrate Canada! activities. Celebrate Canada!is an annual 11-day celebration of Continue Reading…

New federal housing policy = good jobs, good investment, good homes

Earlier this week, CIBC World Markets one of Canada's biggest bankers delivered an important assessment of the Canadian jobs market over the past decade. The Continue Reading…