Every year, Canadaâ€™s provincial and federal governments spend billions of dollars trying to combat social problems. From homelessness to chronic ill health, criminal re-offending to high school drop-out rates, the list of issues is long, and the challenges are complex. Despite the vast sums of money at play, there is inevitably not enough to go around. Itâ€™s therefore vital that policy-makers are open to new ways of supporting this work. Since taking office, the new federal government has
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