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Human Rights in Myanmar in Comparative Perspective: How Should Canada Engage?

22Feb201908:45
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A conference sponsored by McGill’s Southeast Asia Lecture Series, the Institute for the Study of International Development, and the Max Bell School of Public Policy.

Climate Change Policy | Pre-election Series

25Feb201907:30
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How Canada will meet its Paris Agreement climate-change commitments, while adapting to weather-related changes already impacting the nation, is shaping up to be a major issue in the next federal...

What to Expect in the Coming Election? Policy Insights from Political Insiders

5Mar201917:30
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The 2019 federal election will increasingly be the subject of our news headlines. While much of the coverage will focus on leader popularity and polling numbers, we shouldn’t forget to think about...

Does Rising Populism Threaten Good Public Policy?

5Feb201917:30
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Populism is that rare phenomenon that both defies easy definition and defines movements from the United States to Hungary, from Ontario to the Czech Republic. In an era marked by the ascendancy of...

Special Events

The Max Bell School will organize a number of special events for MPP students during the 2019-20 academic year. These special events will include policy luncheons and dinners with elected officials...

Losing Ground on Carbon Pricing | TVO

Published: 16Jan2019

Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy Chris Ragan sat down with TVO'S The Agenda with Steve Palkin to discuss carbon pricing....

The “AB-QC’s” of equalization payments | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 11Jan2019

Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Chris Ragan, sat down with Breakfast Television Montreal to speak about equalization payments. ...

The Politics of Carbon Pricing | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 8Jan2019

Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Chris Ragan, sat down with Breakfast Television Montreal to discuss carbon pricing....

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