March 24th from 8:30am to 5:00pm: Mowat Centre Research


Come visit the Mowat Centre's pop-up design lab on Saturday March 24, 2018 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm to share your thoughts on how you define community, and how you would want to be involved in the development of community benefits initiatives in Ontario. 

The Mowat Centre is currently working with the Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure and Cabinet Office's Policy Innovation Hub to develop a practical framework and guidance that will enable the provincial government to leverage its infrastructure investments through community benefits initiatives. Specifically, their work aims to inform how the government should define community, and guide the process of community involvement in these initiatives. 

As an integral part of this work, Mowat Centre is seeking input from a diverse range of stakeholders interested and involved in community benefits, as well as the general public to inform our research. We want to hear from you! 

About the Mowat Centre:

The Mowat Centre is an independent public policy think tank based at the University of Toronto's School of Public Policy and Governance. We undertake collaborative applied policy research, propose innovative research-driven recommendations, and engage in public dialogue on Canada’s most important national issues. The centre has a demonstrated record of delivering well-received research and evidence-based recommendations to government clients, as well as non-government stakeholders. This research project has been commissioned by the Government of Ontario’s Policy Innovation Hub, Cabinet Office.