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 Intended Consequences

Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and federal 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. https://strategycorp.com/institute/

 

       

Apr 1, 2020

How will COVID-19 change the Canadian economy? What do policy makers need to do to ensure we can properly recover from COVID-19? Where can relief packages be strengthened and what policies are needed next? On this episode, we're joined by Karim Bardeesy - former Deputy Principal Secretary to the Premier of Ontario...


Mar 18, 2020

On this episode we're joined by Bonnie Lysyk, Ontario's first female Auditor General. The Auditor is a non-partisan officer of the Legislature responsible for ensuring value for money spent by government. Auditor Lysyk was appointed in 2013 in the middle of an infamous audit on the true costs of the 2011 gas plant...


Mar 4, 2020

The Ring of Fire may be the single largest resource development opportunity Ontario will ever see. The only problem is the Ring's mineral deposits are located hundreds of kilometres from the nearest road. The Province has put aside $1 billion to build a set of roads to the Ring, but everything from negotiations with...


Feb 19, 2020

The fourth episode of the podcast features Dr. Bob Bell, former Ontario Deputy Minister of Health and a 40 year medical expert. Dr. Bell talks about the challenges of dealing with Corona Virus in Ontario and what comes next on that front. He also touches on managing a $64 billion Ministry, the future of Ontario health...


Feb 5, 2020

The third episode of the podcast features Kim Moran, CEO of Children's Mental Health Ontario. Kim discusses the challenges of navigating Ontario's mental health system for the 28,000 children and youth currently on waiting lists for treatment. She candidly shares her personal experiences with the system and explains...