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StrategyCorp’s Michael Fenn co-authors a new report from the Mowat Centre how to finance badly needed infrastructure upgrades in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Region. “Given the long inventory of projects that need funding, the recognized need for new investment and historically-low interest rates, we should

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StrategyCorp Canadian Government Quick Reference Guide

Leadership Team Staff Being Assembled The executive team behind the new Liberal government in Ottawa has largely been assembled. StrategyCorp’s quick reference guide provides an at-a-glance look at the players: Download StrategyCorp’s Quick Reference Guide – which includes Ministers, Chiefs of Staff, Parliamentary Secretaries, and Deputy Ministers

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StrategyCorp report guides Windsor through challenging economic development environment

StrategyCorp was engaged by the City of Windsor to conduct an Economic Development Delivery Strategy. The review focused on ways to improve on the existing structure using the Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation, a regional organization that provides economic development services across the Windsor/Essex region. To complete

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Windsor seeks to change relationship with WEEDC

Windsor will hire a few new staff members to work on local economic development, as the city prepares to adjust the way it interacts with its existing development corporation. At a Monday night council meeting, councillors discussed a 61-page report put together by the consulting firm StrategyCorp that

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Speech from the Throne lays out Trudeau Government’s path forward

Today, the Liberal government tabled its Speech from the Throne, officially opening the first session of the 42nd Parliament. The Speech reaffirmed a number of the commitments the Liberals made in their campaign platform, Ministerial mandate letters, and announcements to date.  While the campaign platform and mandate

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Trudeau’s honeymoon could become a long romance

For the new Trudeau government, Friday’s Speech from the Throne marks the beginning of workaday Ottawa life – another passage in what many observers expect to be an inevitable slide from postcampaign highs to the morning-after grind of governing. Not so fast. Ottawa’s honeymoon deathwatch crowd may

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2011 vs. 2015 Federal Election, where did all those votes come from?

StrategyCorp analyzed the 2011 and 2015 raw electoral data to determine how provincial voting turnout and patterns changed between the  41st and 42nd federal elections. Summary: In 2015, Ontario saw a million more voters turn up at the polls than in 2011 In 2015, Quebec, British Columbia

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Report recommends city take greater role in its own economic development

A city-commissioned report on the future of the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation recommends the city hire its own economic development team and take a greater leadership role in its own interests. The report, produced by StrategyCorp. after extensive consultation with councillors and other stakeholders, will go before council on

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Lessons learned in the design of public sector organizations

We recently conducted a survey of over 20 senior public sector leaders in order to learn from their experience in the design of public sector organizations. More specifically, their successes and challenges and to see if there are common themes that may be informative to other leaders as they

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Ontario Fall Economic Statement provides details, raises questions

The Ontario government this afternoon delivered its Fall Economic Statement, which provided an update on the province’s economic growth and the status of its commitment to eliminate the provincial deficit by 2017-18. Although it has revised the province’s economic growth projections downward from earlier this year, the

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