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Ottawa, October 22, 2014 – The Canadian Council on Social Development’s President and CEO, Peggy Taillon, together with partner Professor Ann Dale, Trudeau Fellow Alumna (2004), School of Environment & Sustainability, Faculty of Applied Social Sciences at Royal Roads University, are pleased to announce the launch of a new series of online discussions to explore
The Munk Schook of Global Affairs is organizing a panel discussion on data and policy in Canada, moderated by the Toronto Star's Carol Goar. Speakers will include Former Chief Statistician of Canada Munir Sheikh, as well as Mel Cappe, and David Hulchanski. The panel is titled Imposed Ignorance: On what evidence does Ottawa base its policies?
What are the effects of lack of accurate information on businesses, social services, planners, providers of health care services, on all of us?