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Mowat Centre: Election Integrity and Research Organization

mowat centre: The Ford government found the centre useful enough to cite as a source of information in its recent provincial budget, in a section discussing manufacturing job losses in Southwestern Ontario, according to National Observer. Fight disinformation with facts. The 10-year-old Mowat Centre, a research organization at the University of Toronto, has recently examined issues such as the uneven success of the province's settlement of immigrants, the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous education and the differences between urban and rural Ontarians. Support the Election Integrity Reporting Project!This is how much readers like you have donated so far. The Mowat Centre was receiving an annual 1-million grant from the government of Ontario that helped pay the bills including 1.8 million in salaries and benefits, according to the organization's most recent year-end financial statements.A letter published Monday from director Andrew Parkin said the centre has started the process of wrapping up its work over the next two months. ; The Mowat Centre would like to inform its many partners and supporters that, as the result of the cancellation of its funding agreement with the Government of Ontario, it will soon be closing, Parkin wrote. Goal that citation, the government is moving ahead with cancelling funding for all think tanks, Ontario Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade Minister Todd Smith's office confirmed. ( As reported in the news.