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Economic Recovery during the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Jun 2020

With the current pandemic leaving many industries and economic activities suspended in uncertainty, the need to plan for and ensure economic recovery is becoming more and more of a priority for...

Max Bell School Announces Policy Scholars Program

10 Jun 2020

With the summer term now underway, the Max Bell School of Public Policy is preparing to graduate its inaugural cohort of Master of Public Policy students. This year, the School is thrilled to...

Tackling the challenges of remote learning

5 Jun 2020

In a normal context, remote learning can be challenging. Moving a program online in two weeks amid a global pandemic involves a whole new set of obstacles.  

Video: Looking Through the Retro-Scope

29 May 2020

In this webinar, Christy Clark elaborates on past governmental shortcomings, and how in anticipation of a second wave, we must do better to learn from past mistakes.

Video: Implementing Financial Sector Policy Reforms in Africa

27 May 2020

Dr. Ernest Addison shares his expertise on how the Bank of Ghana stabilised the Ghanaian economy and institutionalised financial sector reforms after the detrimental effects of the 2008 Financial...

Video: Monitoring Health Systems Responses

22 May 2020

In this webinar, Dr. Amélie Quesnel-Vallée comments on the diversity of health system responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Video: Partisan Politics During a Pandemic: From Consensus to Conflict

15 May 2020

In this webinar, Tasha Kheiriddin elaborates on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Canadian political partisanship dynamics.

Video: Policy Transparency Challenges (and Implications) of Government Responses to COVID-19

7 May 2020

In this webinar, Kevin Page reflects on the various challenges and implications to policy transparency in COVID-19 lockdown measures.

Video: Food Security in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic

5 May 2020

In this webinar, Aurélie Harou looked at the short-term and expected long-term effects of COVID-19 on the demand and supply of food at home and internationally.

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