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The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is an independent, non-partisan research institute concerned with issues of social, economic and environmental justice. In the Talking Points podcast, we discuss major policy and economics questions facing Canada today with CCPA economists and researchers, policy-makers, friends in the labour and social justice movement, and others.
 
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On October 3, 2019, the CCPA-BC and UBC's Vancouver School of Economics were pleased to present the 2019 Gideon Rosenbluth Memorial Lecture.In an era of high inequality, continuing poverty, homelessness and housing issues, and concerns about the impact of new technologies on work, there is an appetite for considering radical policy shifts. In that …
 
Canada, and the rest of the world, is facing a climate crisis. Ahead of Canada's next federal election, Erika Shaker sits down with Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood to discuss carbon tax, just transition, and how we as a nation can address our emissions and help other countries meet their targets.저자 Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
 
Learn about the secret weapon Canadian mining companies are using to extract money from developing countries when environmental measures, Indigenous rights and community resistance create democratic roadblocks to their extracting oil, gas and minerals. Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) is an increasingly controversial but still overlooked pa…
 
CCPA Monitor editor Stuart Trew speaks to Kevin Rebeck, president of the Manitoba Federation of Labour, about the events and legacy of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike, and the importance of direct action, within and beyond the labour movement, to achieving social justice goals in a new era of retrenching worker rights, intensifying inequality and …
 
With just a matter of days until marijuana legalization legislation comes into force in Canada, the CCPA Talking Points podcast asks activists and legal experts about what’s ahead, and who’s left behind, in the new world of cannabis capitalism.저자 Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
 
In this first episode of the CCPA's rebooted podcast, hosts Alyssa O'Dell and Stuart Trew talk to CCPA economist David Macdonald about the Liberal government's proposals for closing costly tax loopholes, and Melinda St. Louis from Public Citizen about this week's NAFTA negotiations in Ottawa.저자 Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
 
Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was completed in December 2015. Indigenous activist Clayton Thomas-Muller joins us to discuss reconciliation and its implications, particularly in the context of continued resource extraction on indigenous lands. Reconciliation is the focus of the March/April issue of The Monitor.Clayton Thomas-Mul…
 
Following the Paris climate summit last year -- and an ambitious 1.5 degree target to limit global warming -- the Trudeau government promised a First Ministers meeting within 90 days. Marc Lee joins us to discuss the outcome of that meeting, the road ahead for climate policy in Canada, and the issue of fossil fuel divestment and "stranded assets."M…
 
In an extended interview, Scott Sinclair discusses the implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for the Canadian economy, jobs, and the dairy and auto sectors. Scott also breaks down the flawed assumptions of some economic modelling used to support the case for deals like the TPP. Scott Sinclair is the Director of the CCPA's Trade and Investme…
 
Canada has said it will sign on to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a new twelve-country international economic pact. But the corporate-driven TPP is about much more than “free trade”, and concerns are mounting. We go in-depth with four experts: Scott Sinclair, director of the CCPA’s Trade and Investment Research Project; Michael Geist, Canada Resear…
 
Is the gender wage gap fundamentally about discrimination? What are the roles of race and class? What are the solutions? We talk to Kate McInturff, CCPA senior researcher and director of the Centre’s Making Women Count project. Plus Davis and Alex debate voting reform and “apploitation.” Subscribe at: www.policyalternatives.ca/podcastFind the new C…
 
In our very first holiday short: Alex and Davis take stock of #altpolicy and highlight CCPA's latest research on child care fees, the climate summit and middle-class taxes. Plus we preview our upcoming conversation with Kate McInturff, Senior Researcher and director of CCPA's initiative on gender equality.Happy holidays! Subscribe at: https://www.p…
 
The first order of business for the Trudeau government has been a tax cut for the 'middle class'. But who actually benefits? CCPA Senior Economist David Macdonald breaks it down. Plus Alex answers a question from the listener mail bag, while Davis discovers how the tax system really works.Subscribe at: http://www.policyalternatives.ca/podcast…
 
As world leaders meet in Paris to hammer out a new, comprehensive climate change agreement, we talk to Marc Lee about the future of Canadian and international climate policy. Marc is a CCPA Senior Economist and climate policy expert based in Vancouver. All that, plus Davis shares her thoughts on the "nannygate" scandal.alt.policy is hosted by Alex …
 
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