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Thomas Granofsky

MPhil University of Oxford; BSW Ryerson University

Thomas Granofsky is a social policy researcher, author, and consultant. He is currently researching and writing on the future of Canada’s social safety net as a Future Fellow with the Future of Canada Project at McMaster University. He has authored publications on long-term care, childcare, poverty reduction, social assistance, fiscal federalism, and renewing Canada’s social safety net. He is the founder of Rådhus Consulting, which specializes in delivering value-driven research, engagement, and advisory services. He previously held positions in several Ontario government ministries and the Mowat Centre, a public policy think-tank at the University of Toronto. He holds an MPhil in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford and a BSW from Toronto Metropolitan University.