Articles By Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy

Where does the buck stop?

Where does the buck stop?

Over the past two decades, growing public demand for betterservices has pushed governments to experiment with new kinds ofintergovernmental partnerships....

July 31st, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Where does the buck stop?

Where does the buck stop?

Over the past two decades, growing public demand for better services has pushed governments to experiment with new kinds of...

July 30th, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Konnecting, KNet closes the gap in the North

Konnecting, KNet closes the gap in the North

In many remote communities in Northern Ontario, there areseasons when the main link to the outside world is a phone...

March 29th, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Konnecting

Konnecting

In many remote communities in Northern Ontario, there are seasons when the main link to the outside world is a...

March 27th, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Redoing federalism via service delivery

Redoing federalism via service delivery

When you think of Canadian federalism, what comes to mind? If you said “the Constitution” or “fiscal imbalance” or “mind-numbingly...

March 6th, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
High school bytes

High school bytes

For most communities in Canada, getting to school means taking a bus, riding a bike or walking down the street....

January 31st, 2006 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Spikes, flats and bumps on the road to the New Economy

Spikes, flats and bumps on the road to the New Economy

These days, economic pundits sound a lot like elementary school teachers giving a geography lesson. “The world is flat!” says...

December 6th, 2005 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
The other ESD

The other ESD

In busy offices across Canada, phones ring steadily with questions from citizens about where and how to get government services....

November 3rd, 2005 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Renewing democracy the Canadian Idol way

Renewing democracy the Canadian Idol way

A new poll says Canadians think that democracy’s great but its methods are boring. According to the poll, released in...

October 5th, 2005 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy
Ideas for the Information Age

Ideas for the Information Age

It’s time to make information and information management – not just information technology – a topic of serious public debate....

September 8th, 2005 Maryantonett Flumian and John Milloy