A more principled approach to regulation
On the heels of a tumultuous few years, governments need to shift to a more holistic approach to regulation and consider all wide-ranging effects.
This article is based on a talk held at Carleton University that is part of a series of nine delving into the theme of “What should be on Canada’s policy radar?” The panel discussions are being held throughout 2022 to mark the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Institute for Research on Public Policy, publisher of Policy Options magazine. The Carleton discussion focused on emerging shifts in regulatory governance. Panelists included: Darcy Gray, chief of Listuguj First Nation and an instructor at Cape Breton University; school fellow Catherine MacQuarrie, associate professor Alexandra Mallett, and adjunct professor Kevin Stringer from Carleton’s school of public policy and administration: The moderator was associate professor Robert Shepherd, who co-authored this article. A video recording of the panel discussion is also available.