Policy Papers are in-depth, research intensive papers that allow for the thorough examination of a topic. All policy papers undergo a double-blind peer review process to ensure unbiased methodological and conceptual evaluation. The analysis and recommendations produced in these papers and the ideas they articulate are a core component of the CGAI’s work. The Institute strives to produce approximately a dozen of these papers annually.
October 24, 2019
Vancouver, British Columbia
November 1, 2019
October 15, 2019(feat. Colin Robertson, Ian Brodie, and Peter Donolo, and Peter Van Praagh)
October 16, 2019(feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky, Stephen M. Saideman, Harleen Atwal, and Alice Pannie)
by Omid Ghoreishi (feat. Rob Huebert), The Epoch Times, October 16, 2019
by Murray Brewster (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, October 16, 2019