Experts: 2024 U.S. presidential election

Published: 4 January 2024

U.S. President Joe Biden will lay out what he sees as the stakes of the 2024 presidential election — democracy and freedom — in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, on Jan. 6, his first campaign event of...

Experts: 2022 Quebec election results

Published: 7 October 2022

François Legault has been elected for a second mandate as Quebec premier with a majority government. Addressing supporters at his campaign headquarters, Legault told a large crowd that some of his...

Canadians' media-consumption habits lead to misinformation | National Observer

Published: 8 August 2019

August 7, 2019 | A report published by the Digital Democracy Project suggests that overall misinformation levels in Canada are low. However, certain trends in media consumption put news consumers...

Canadians who hold strong links to political parties more likely to be misinformed about politics | The Star

Published: 8 August 2019

August 8, 2019 | The Digital Democracy Project, an initiative of Max Bell School of Public Policy in collaboration with the Public Policy Forum, analyzes the increasing amounts of disinformation...

News that's safe to use: Researchers aim to track information during campaign | CBC News

Published: 8 August 2019

August 8, 2019 | In an age where information is increasingly scrutinized yet more easily diffusable than ever, Canadians might be more misinformed than disinformed. New findings from the Digital...

A cross-country "energy corridor" for Canada? | CTV News

Published: 24 May 2019

May 24, 2019 | Conservative leader Andrew Scheer revived the idea of a coast-to-coast energy corridor, a policy that has picked up interest in recent years. Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell...

Expert - Democrat Wins Senate Seat in Alabama (USA)

Published: 13 December 2017

“Doug Jones on Tuesday became the first Democrat in a generation to win a Senate seat in Alabama.” (CNN) Harold Waller, Political Science, McGill University

Why is there no Labor Party in the United States?

Published: 26 May 2016

McGill Newsroom McGill Sociologist uses historical data to provide a new take on an old question

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