Rodney Ghali, assistant secretary to the cabinet, left, and Elizabeth Hardy, senior lead of behavioural insights, at the Impact and Innovation Unit, pictured on Dec. 8, say the unit is helping the government deliver more citizen-centric policy.
The Impact and Innovation Unit is using behavioural science to understand Canadians by focusing on the end goal instead of the process.
The Liberal government is expected to fulfill one of its campaign promises, after months of delay, and take another crack at overseeing Canadian companies abroad.
Sen. Percy Downe is frustrated by what he says is a lack of information and charges, after more Canadian links to offshore tax havens were revealed in the news. But the CRA says it's acting on measuring the tax gap and fighting tax evasion.
'I’ve indicated quite clearly, it’s a non-starter. It’s simply how it is. A deal has to be good for all, and it has been good for North America in general and that’s fair game,' Lawrence MacAulay says of U.S. proposal in NAFTA negotiations to wind down supply management.
Mohammed Saif Helal Al Shehhi, the ambassador of the U.A.E., centre, hosted his final national day in Ottawa on Dec. 4, which was attended by Liberal MPs Celina Caesar-Chavannes, left, and Anju Dhillon.
It's impossible to 'satisfy everyone' when negotiating a trade deal, says Ambassador Kimihiro Ishikane.