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Managing the Re-Opening of the Economy: Expect a More Divided Electorate

Written by Doug Anderson, Allan Gregg and Stephanie Constable for Policy Magazine on May 28, 2020. Click here to read the original. More than two months after Prime Minister Justin…

Earnscliffe 10-minute Briefing: This Changes Everything

Recorded at 9:30 am Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Members of the Earnscliffe public opinion research team, Doug Anderson, Stephanie Constable and Allan Gregg, come together for a 10-minute briefing following…

The new normal? Canadians say they don’t want it to look much like the old one

Written by Susan Delacourt, National columnist, Toronto Star, featuring Earnscliffe’s newly-released polling data. Click here to read the original.  The “new normal” that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Canadians about back…

Earnscliffe Webinar: This Changes Everything

Originally aired Friday, May 22. Moderated by Allan Gregg, our panelists Doug Anderson, CAIP, Stephanie Constable, CAIP, Chris Ball, and special guest Susan Delacourt, national columnist for the Toronto Star,…

CBC Power and Politics: Feds now recommending non-medical masks

Originally aired Wednesday, May 20. Earnscliffe’s Kathleen Monk joins the virtual CBC Power and Politics Power Panel to discuss the disqualification of Jim Karahalios from the Conservative leadership race, and…

The politics of choosing ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ with taxpayer money

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original. A time honoured slogan of financial conservatives around the developed world is that “Governments should…

Earnscliffe Webinar: Emerging From COVID – Moving Toward Re-opening Canada

Originally aired May 14, 2020. Moderated by renowned author and researcher Allan Gregg, our panel of experts, Earnscliffe’s Danielle Dalzell, Rob Leone, Marie-Josee Audet, New West Public Affairs’ Michael Solberg,…

Pandemic proves value of guaranteed incomes

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original. Most major crises deliver changes that forever transform society. After the Second World War it…

Earnscliffe Webinar: COVID, Trump and What’s Next for Canada-US Relations

Originally aired May 7, 2020. Moderated by renowned author and researcher Allan Gregg, our panel of experts, Sarah Goldfeder and Brittney Kerr, Earnscliffe, and special guest former U.S. Ambassador to…

What is the value of ‘essential’?

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original. What community, with any pretence of fairness or equity, deems it acceptable to pay its…
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