Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission

Practical solutions for growing prosperity

Annette Dubreuil, MBA, Communications Director

416-825-1474

https://ecofiscal.ca/

c/o Department of Economics McGill University Montreal, QC H3A 2T7

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission was formed by a group of experienced, policy-minded economists from across the country, seeking to broaden the discussion of ecofiscal policy reform beyond the academic sphere and into the realm of practical policy application. The Ecofiscal Commission and its Commissioners are fully independent and aim to serve policy-makers across the political spectrum, at all levels of government.

We are supported by an Advisory Board with broad and diverse perspectives representing industry, the environment and the spectrum of political thought in Canada. Together, we aim to bring people together around the table to have the critical discussion about ecofiscal reform that Canada’s future requires.

Share

Municipal, provincial and federal ecofiscal policies: water, wastewater, solid waste, traffic congestion

Articles by Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission:

Now available on demand: Ecofiscal Commission online course – Using Market-Based Tools for Municipal Sustainability

Administration, Energy Savings, Financial, Newsletters for Consultants, Newsletters for Municipalities, Planning & Economic Development, Public Works, Roads and Transportation, Water & Sewer

Wednesday, April, 24th, 2019

Municipalities are missing out on the full potential of market-based tools! Municipal governments are facing multiple, growing, and overlapping challenges. Yet, there are tools available to address these challenges that are not being used to their full potential. Market-based policies …

The answers municipal governments have been looking for?

Administration, Communications, Energy Savings, Environmental Services, Financial, Human Resources, Innovations, Newsletters for Consultants, Newsletters for Municipalities, Planning & Economic Development, Power & Electrical Systems, Public Works, Records and Information Management, Roads and Transportation, Security/Public Safety, Water & Sewer

Tuesday, September, 11th, 2018

Municipal governments are facing multiple, growing, and overlapping challenges. Yet, there are tools available to address these challenges that are not being used to their full potential. Market-based policies such as well-designed user fees can help reduce traffic, cut water …

Success Story:

Our annual reports document our work since 2014. See them here: https://ecofiscal.ca/the-commission/about-canadas-ecofiscal-commission/#annualreports

Awards, Certificates or Designations

  • Winner of the 2016 Doug Purvis Memorial Prize
  • Chris Ragan, Chair, McGill University
  • Dale Beugin, Executive Director