HappenStance is a series of policy briefs summarizing key academic research findings and highlighting implications for policy.
In light of the rapidly shifting landscape regarding the legalization of marijuana in Canada, an interview with Professor Alana Klein (Faculty of Law, McGill) sheds light on the heated topic. This issue of HappenStance takes a deeper look at the issue of marijuana prohibition in Canada, the legal implications of regulation models, and the cost benefit analysis of this shift in policy.
New infectious diseases have been emerging at an alarming rate in the past few years. In light of the 2016 Zika virus outbreak and its destructive effects on the health of millions of people, this issue of the Happen Stance policy briefs covers an interview with Dr. Mohamed Karmali, the 2015-2016 IHSP Public Servant in Residence, who provides a deeper insight on the determinants of emerging infectious diseases and the policies which aim to combat future outbreaks.
June 2016 : End of Life Legislation in Canada: Points of Contention
Faits et Perspectives est une série de notes de politiques résumant des résultats-clés de la recherche universitaire et mettant en évidence ses implications pour les politiques publiques.
Juin 2016 : Les lois sur la fin de vie au Canada : points de controverse