Let’s Talk – Coordinating Economic Development Spending in Canada (Nov 2013)

Report by Sunil Johal, Matthew Mendelsohn & Noah Zon from the Mowat Centre

mowat-nov13Each year, governments in Canada spend roughly $20 billion combined on a variety of economic development, R&D, and innovation programs. While federal and provincial governments share responsibility for economic development, there is almost no formal coordination on how these programs and incentives are delivered. This Mowat Note takes lessons from other areas of shared responsibility to suggest a path forward for better alignment of these programs.




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ICE Committee