Connecting with Canadians
As we enter the 21st century, how will Canadians generate and share well-being? What combination of public policy, private provision, community and family responsibility will ensure that Canada can claim to be a more just, prosperous and caring society? These are some of the questions posed by CPRN's research into Canada's changing social architecture.
Our work also includes research into social cohesion - a conceptual tool for discovering new ways to navigate and manage conflict.