Rising tide of engagement on Aboriginal issues
I think the idea that someday the department's lights will turn out and cease to exist is really a myth. There will always be a part of the executive branch of the government of Canada that deals with Aboriginal people.
A wolf in deficit’s clothing?
Although a recent international poll indicates that Canada's public sector is in better shape than other nations to face the current economic downturn, there is nevertheless an important opportunity to take quick and effective action to help it recover from budget deficits.
Dealing with the all-consuming deficit
BOC Governor David Dodge Retires with Legacy of Straight Talk and Sound Action
Achieving high performance in government
The education of high performance managers
Reforms, Election and Cyberspace
Immunity passports, a looming election, digitizing, and diversity
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
CGE Weekly – Episode 6￼
The Roaring 20’s in the Canadian Public Sector In or latest exciting episode of CGE Weekly, host, J. Richard Jones…
Futureproofing for the Strategic Review
Guest host, Lori Turnbull, Deputy Editor, Canadian Government Executive welcomes very special guest Michael Wernick, former clerk of the Privy…
A Sustainable Ecosystem to Bridge the Skills Gap in Canada
Tune in to co-hosts, J. Richard Jones and Lori Turnbull, Deputy Editor, Canadian Government Executive and Director, School of Public…
The Canadian Cloud Difference
In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones chats with Craig McLellan, Chief Executive Officer of ThinkOn about the…