How Well Does Canada's National SDG Strategy Involve All Canadians?

An analysis of different stakeholders’ involvement and how we could reach further.

Why It Matters

With just over a decade left to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Canada has put together an interim strategy towards achieving the goals nationwide. But how well does it involve all Canadians, and what can we do to further engage stakeholders?

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