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What is Ontario 360?

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Ontario 360 is a project of University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. Its purpose is to sn Ontario’s challenges and opportunities and develop evidence-based public policy ideas for dissemination in advance of the Ontario election and during the post-election transition. Ontario 360 is independent, non-partisan, and fact-based. It provides a neutral platform for policy experts to put forward clear, actionable policy recommendations to promote a growth and opportunity agenda for Ontario. Our advisory council, authors, and SPPG faculty, students, alumni, and supporters do not necessarily endorse or affirm the policy recommendations advanced by the different contributors.

Features

October 15, 2018

Economic Competitiveness

Paul Boothe and Alister Smith on improving Ontario's economic competitiveness.

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