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Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and Canadian policy ideas that achieve the actual goals they are designed to achieve with interesting guests and experts. The Institute aims to combine political acuity with policy recommendations to provide a one-stop shop for expert policy advice that is politically practical and possible to implement. StrategyCorp is a consulting firm based o ...
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Dans le cadre du salon international Euronaval, Cinav, Le Gican, et Jobradio proposent un podcast dédié aux entreprises, métiers et formations qui recrutent dans l'industrie de la mer.
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⭐️Transcripts and language activities for all my podcasts are available on my website www.explorefrench.com ⭐️Discover the most captivating way to learn French! My structured narrations are designed to help you practice vocabulary and grammar level by level, while immersing yourself in fascinating topics. ⭐️Podcasts are read in comprehensible French (speed adapted to each level) and are followed by sentence-by-sentence translation and explanations in English, to help you understand the langu ...
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The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law at UNSW is the world’s first research centre dedicated to the study of international refugee law. Through high-quality research feeding into public policy debate and legislative reform, the Centre brings a principled, human rights-based approach to refugee law and forced migration in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and globally. It provides an independent space to connect academics, policymakers and NGOs, and creates an important bridge bet ...
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Le transport en commun est essentiel pour permettre aux gens de se déplacer d'un point A à un point B. Il joue aussi un rôle crucial dans la lutte contre les changements climatiques. Dans cet épisode, l'Institut de StrategyCorp aborde le sujet de la mobilité et des infrastructures de transport en commun. Catherine Morency, professeure à Polytechniq…
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The launch of ChatGPT has forced organizations and institutions across the economy to ask themselves what generative AI means for them in terms of risks and opportunities. Governments and regulators find themselves asking similar questions. Artificial intelligence “going mainstream” because of ChatGPT accelerated regulatory efforts and shaped the p…
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Public transportation is essential to enable people to move from point A to point B. It also plays a crucial role in the fight against climate change. In this episode, the StrategyCorp Institute looks at the topic of mobility and public transit infrastructures. University of Toronto Professor Shoshanna Saxe and StrategyCorp Senior Advisor Philippe …
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The StrategyCorp Institute begins the ninth season of Intended Consequences with an extensive conversation on the state of entrepreneurship in Canada. The CEO of Startup Canada, Kayla Isabelle, joins us to discuss the opportunities and challenges entrepreneurs face amid significant uncertainty. She highlights the important role women-identifying an…
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Our year-in-review and look-ahead episode is back to close out this season of Intended Consequences. Our StrategyCorp guests discuss the most important developments of 2023 at all levels of government and their significance for Canadian politics and economics. They also share with us what they will be keeping an eye on in 2024 and why.…
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Convened under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP28 will take place in Dubai between November 30th and December 12th. The event is expected to bring together over 70,000 delegates from all over the world. Delegates will include politicians, civil servants, non-government organizations, industry, Indigenous stakeholders a…
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Enjoy a special episode of Intended Consequences. On November 23, the StrategyCorp Institute hosted a live webinar on Canada’s energy transition journey. Our panel of experts looked at how Canada can achieve its energy and climate goals and thrive. Panelists provided their insight into what this transition and the broader electrification of the eco…
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Ontario faces severe housing affordability challenges on both the homeownership and the rental sides. The current conditions have significant impacts across the entire housing sector, including non-profit housing. StrategyCorp released in October its first Ontario Non-Profit Housing CEO Survey which brought to light the most pressing challenges and…
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After winning a majority on May 29th, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith and the UCP returned to the provincial legislature for the fall sitting. The session began with a Throne Speech that outlined the priorities of the Premier and the tense relationship between Alberta and the federal government. From energy to affordability to infrastructure, the Th…
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As interest rates rise, countries are increasingly worried about their debt. For commodity-producing states, the impact of the energy transition on their revenues is top of mind. How can jurisdictions navigate these challenging circumstances to ensure the long-term financial prosperity of their economy and population? Sovereign wealth funds can be …
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From extreme weather events to fiscal pressures, municipalities across Canada are facing a wide array of challenges. Having quality municipal management has never been this essential and it often begins with City Managers. Using the book The Role of Canadian City Managers: In Their Own Words as a starting point, three former City Managers and senio…
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The Ontario legislature resumes on September 25th. MPPs return to Queen’s Park after a uniquely eventful summer in Ontario politics, which sets the stage for a heated fall sitting. Alex Armanious, Fraser MacDonald and Aidan Grove-White join the podcast to analyze what happened during the summer and discuss what to expect this fall.…
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After a busy summer where housing, the cost of living and wildfires dominated headlines, Members of Parliament will return for the fall sitting on September 18th. StrategyCorp has you covered on everything you need to know about how the summer played out for each party and what to expect this fall. Andrew Steele, Garry Keller and Nasha Brownridge d…
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⭐ To make the most of this podcast, transcript and language activities are available on my website www.explorefrench.com ⭐ In this B2-level podcast I will talk about the food industry and its impact on the environment. We will see various ways to express opposition and contrast in French, using words such as "but, however, while, whereas, even thou…
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As Shuja Jamal walked to the Presidential Palace in Kabul for work at 8.30am on 15 August 2021, ‘it was clear that this is unlike any other day … something in the air in the city ... You can actually feel it.’ Shuja is the former director-general for international relations for Afghanistan’s National Security Council, and his new book is 'The Decli…
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Rejoignez des chercheurs de premier plan sur la mobilité climatique en Afrique alors qu’ils discutent du lancement de la nouvelle série de publications Climate Mobility Africa Insights. Développé et publié par le Climate Mobility Africa Research Network (CMARN), avec le généreux soutien de la Robert Bosch Stiftung et du Kaldor Centre for Internatio…
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Join leading researchers on climate mobility in Africa as they discuss they launch of the new Climate Mobility Africa Insights publication series. Developed and published by the Climate Mobility Africa Research Network (CMARN), with the generous support of Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, Insights aims to a…
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In June 2023, as the last refugee in Nauru was flown back to Australia, the United Kingdom's attempts to introduce an Australian-style offshore processing policy were dealt a blow in the UK courts. The UK had tried to transfer asylum seekers to Rwanda to have their claims for protection processed there. The British policy reflects that which Austra…
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StrategyCorp partnered with the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce to host a live webinar on housing in Atlantic Canada. Amid rising prices, this timely event looked at innovative solutions and the role of the three levels of government in tackling the housing crisis in the Atlantic provinces. Moderated by the CEO of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerc…
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As countries around the world strive to reduce carbon emissions, every industry must adapt. In the transportation sector, electric vehicles (EVs) are increasingly popular among consumers. However, electrifying other means of transportation is significantly more complicated and will require ambitious innovation. In this latest episode, we look at th…
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Forced to flee Bhutan as a refugee, Om Dhungel is today an award-winning community leader in Western Sydney and a debut author, whose new book is described by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese as simply ‘a great Australian story’. This special panel event was held on 18 May 2023, with Om Dhungel and CEO of Settlement Services International (SSI) Viol…
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Following the result of the 2023 Alberta election which saw the UCP re-elected with a reduced majority, the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy was pleased to host an impressive panel that discussed the re-election of the UCP with a reduced majority and what comes next for the UCP, the NDP, Albertans and businesses. With opening rem…
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“Innovation” is a buzzword in policy and financial circles. Every business wants to be innovative and every government strives to stimulate innovation in order to support economic growth. In this episode, we look at innovation in the Canadian context with the President of the Council of Canadian Innovators, Benjamin Bergen. We discuss the state of …
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⭐ You can find transcripts and language activities for this podcast on my website Explore French, and if you enjoy Explore French podcasts, be sure to check out my second podcast channel: Learn French with Anthony’s Blog ⭐ In this A1-level podcast I will talk about routines and daily activities. We will explore how to discuss daily activities, we w…
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StrategyCorp continues its coverage of the Alberta election by taking a look at the economy of the province. Ann-Marie Lurie, the Chief Economist of the Alberta Real Estate Association, joins us to talk about Alberta’s growth and what it means for the economy, the labour market and housing. We discuss the evolution of housing demand and supply in t…
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The Alberta election is officially underway! The NDP and the UCP begin this election deadlocked in the polls. Danielle Smith and Rachel Notley have until May 29th to convince Albertans their respective parties should form government. To discuss what to expect in this election and why the rest of Canada should pay close attention, we are joined by E…
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This week’s episode looks at the role of electricity in enabling Canada’s transition to net zero by 2050. As policymakers and industry prepare for a greener economy, electrification is top of mind to reduce emissions. Demands for electricity are increasing and concerns around supply are beginning to emerge in some parts of the country. Francis Brad…
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The StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy recently hosted a live solutions-focused webinar on the future of healthcare in Canada. Moderated by The Globe and Mail's Carly Weeks, this event brought together recognized experts with extensive experience in healthcare policy, including Christine Elliott, Jane Philpott, and Philippe Couilla…
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This episode looks at ESG through the lens of finance, economics and policy. We are joined by the CEO of ESG Global Advisors, Sarah Keyes, to discuss the current state of ESG reporting in Canada and what the role of government should be in this sphere. We deep dive into what ESG means for municipalities across the country and explore how Reconcilia…
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⭐ You can find transcripts and language activities for this podcast on my website Explore French, and if you enjoy Explore French podcasts, be sure to check out my second podcast channel: Learn French with Anthony’s Blog ⭐ In this B1-level podcast we will delve into Modern and Classic languages, explore the history of the French language, and discu…
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Earlier this year, the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy released a policy paper on financial resilience. As many Canadians face challenges related to high interest rates, inflation and a potential recession, the concept of financial resilience is extremely timely from an economic and public policy standpoint. In this episode, we …
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Scientia Professor Jane McAdam AO talks to Julia Morris about her new book, 'Asylum and Extraction in the Republic of Nauru' on 23 February 2023. This book provides an extraordinary glimpse into Nauru’s offshore processing arrangement and its impact on islanders, workforces, and migrant populations. Drawing on extensive fieldwork in Nauru, Australi…
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This week’s episode looks at the important topic of cyber security. The pandemic accelerated the adoption of digital tools and services. Unfortunately, as our reliance on the Internet grows, so does the risk of cyber threats. Every organization can be a target: businesses, municipalities, government departments and agencies, and even hospitals. Gov…
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UNSW’s Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law and Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) co-hosted a discussion held on 9 February 2023 with Behrouz Boochani, as he concluded his first visit to Australia. The discussion explored Behrouz’s complicated path to freedom, and the role of courage, collaboration and creativity in challenging a de…
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Intended Consequences begins its seventh season with a deep dive into the economic and population growth of Atlantic Canada with Patrick Brannon, Senior Researcher and Director, Major Projects, at the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council. We discuss the strong population growth several Atlantic cities saw in 2021/2022 and the role of interprovincial…
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⭐ To make the most of this podcast, transcript and language activities are available on my website www.explorefrench.com ⭐ In this A2-level podcast I will talk about sports and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, as well as the increasing use of sport to treat health problems. We will practise the future tense (le futur simple), we will see how to give a…
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⭐ To make the most of this podcast, transcript and language activities are available on my website www.explorefrench.com ⭐ In this A1-level podcast, I will speak about furniture and Feng shui. We will talk about maids’ rooms in Paris, how to equip small spaces and how to organise your interior according to the Chinese art of Feng shui. We will prac…
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To close out this season of Intended Consequences, we look back on what was an eventful 2022 and look ahead to next year. Our StrategyCorp guests discuss the most important developments of 2022 and their significance for Canadian politics and economics. Our guests also tell us what they will be keeping an eye on in 2023 and why. Some even ventured …
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⭐ To make the most of this podcast, transcript and language activities are available on my website www.explorefrench.com ⭐ In this B2-level podcast I will talk about agriculture, sustainable development and local agricultural initiatives in France and Africa. We will practise the vocabulary related to plants, pesticides, farming, livestock farming,…
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A panel event recording from the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference, 'Turning points: New directions in refugee protection' held on 17 November 2022.As asylum processes are shifted offshore, how can governments be held accountable for the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers beyond their borders?Join Behrouz Boochani (Author and journalist); Itamar …
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A panel event recording from the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference, 'Turning points: New directions in refugee protection' held on 17 November 2022.How can we create a more constructive public conversation about refugees?Join Barat Ali Batoor (Photojournalist); Tom Hashemi (Cast from Clay); Amanda Ripley (Journalist and author); and Chair: Lauren Marti…
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A panel event recording from the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference, 'Turning points: New directions in refugee protection' held on 16 November 2022. Does the Global North’s response to people fleeing Ukraine signal a renewed commitment to international protection, or a turn towards more geographically proximate and time-bound responses?Join Arif Hussei…
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A panel event recording from the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference, 'Turning points: New directions in refugee protection' held on 16 November 2022. What practical actions can advance the meaningful participation of refugees in representative decision-making?Join Mustafa Alio (R-SEAT); Sana Ali Mustafa (Asylum Access); Najeeba Wazefadost (Asia Pacific …
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Recording from the opening panel event at the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference, 'Turning points: New directions in refugee protection' held on 15 November 2022.How has COVID-19 transformed access to protection, assistance and the lives of those already living in precarious situations – for better and for worse?Join Adrian Edwards (UNHCR Australia, New…
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Kaldor Centre Director, Scientia Professor Jane McAdam AO, delivers the opening keynote address entitled, 'Turning points in international protection: onwards and upwards, or u-turns and roundabouts?' at the 2022 Kaldor Centre Conference held on 15 November 2022 and reflects on the major disruptive events we have faced in recent times, and their im…
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The Government of Canada released its highly anticipated Indo-Pacific Strategy on November 27. The Strategy identifies five specific objectives and commits to making investments of $2.3 billion over the next five years. Dubbed a “generational response” to the rising influence of the Indo-Pacific region, the Strategy will shape Canada’s diplomatic a…
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When it comes to fighting climate change, taking actions at home is as important as working with global partners. At the national level, the Government of Canada has taken several measures to fight climate change including rolling out a carbon pricing system. On the world stage, Canada is an active player at events like COPs. However, how domestic …
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C'est en 2018 et déjà sur le salon international Euronaval qu'a été inauguré officiellement le Navire des Métiers. Une initiative portée par le CINAV et qui a pour objectif de valoriser auprès des jeunes notamment, les métiers du secteur de l'industrie maritime française où des milliers de postes sont actuellement à pourvoir. Situé dans le quartier…
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