Reports & Studies
Welcome to our complete catalogue of reports and studies (which includes backgrounders, policy briefs, full-length research reports and books).
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There’s more money on the table—but without adequate strings attached, the provinces could end up spending it on tax cuts instead of fixing health care.
by David MacdonaldFebruary 15, 2023 | National Office
by Darin Brooks, Angela Carter, Emily Eaton, Eric Pineault, J. P. SapinksiJune 6, 2023 | Nova Scotia Office
Extractivisme fossile, verrou carbone et mobilisation sociale dans l’Est du Canada : un état des lieux
by Darin Brooks, Angela Carter, Emily Eaton, Eric Pineault, J. P. SapinksiJune 5, 2023 | Nova Scotia Office
Inequality in Manitoba Update
by Ian HudsonMay 25, 2023 | Manitoba Office
Pour se doter de services de garde à 10 $ par jour, il faut remédier au problème des déserts de services de garde au Canada
by David Macdonald, Martha FriendlyMay 16, 2023 | National Office
$10-a-day child care requires addressing Canada’s child care deserts
by David Macdonald, Martha FriendlyMay 15, 2023 | National Office
Evaluating the costs and benefits of participation in this U.S.-led and U.S.-designed project.
by Stuart Trew, Laura MacdonaldMay 11, 2023 | National Office
The Transition to Adulthood for Young Adults with Disabilities in Manitoba: A “Winding Up-Hill Road”
by Nadine Bartlett, Anne Kresta, Eefa Khan, Rebeca HeringerMay 10, 2023 | Manitoba Office
by Shannon Daub, Joel French, Rav Kambo, Jean Kavanagh, Lisa Akinyi May, Terra PoirierMay 1, 2023 | BC Office
by Anna Evans-Boudreau , Oyindamola Alaka, Lorna A. Turnbull, Jesse Hajer, Natalie Dandeneault , Kristine BarrApril 27, 2023 | Manitoba Office
Understanding employment precarity in BC
by Iglika Ivanova, Kendra StraussApril 13, 2023 | BC Office
The climate transition is urgent—and it's increasingly clear that governments aren't acting fast enough. How can communities, workers, and movements directly implement a transition?
by Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood, Max Cohen, Isabella Pojuner, Avi LewisApril 4, 2023 | National Office
Submitted April 3rd, 2023, by Catherine Leviten-Reid and Christine Saulnier
by Catherine Leviten-Reid, Christine SaulnierApril 3, 2023 | Nova Scotia Office
The Healthy Environment, Healthy Neighbourhood Project
by Alexandra Caporale, Heather FastMarch 20, 2023 | Manitoba Office