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Canada's lack of interest in self-defence explains COVID failures | The National Post

Published: 19Jan2021

January 15, 2021 | In his commentary piece in the National Post, Max Bell School Professor Andrew Potter discusses the unique logistical challenges that Canadian government bodies face as the issue...

Towards an Understanding of Open Innovation Ecosystems Dynamics: The Case of Montreal New Tech

Published: 18Jan2021

December 7, 2020 | By observing the Montreal region's innovation ecosystem, this research paper, co-written by Max Bell School MPP student Eunice Mercado-Lara, presents a study case that aims to...

Student event: The WHO and Public Policy During a Pandemic

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In the inaugural “Policy Disruptors” speaker series event hosted by the Public Policy Association of Graduate Students (PPAGS), Dr./maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and conferences

Chaos in America: the perilous path ahead

19Jan202112:30
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On the eve of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, join us for a special panel discussion exploring the deep divisions in American society and what forces led to right-wing extremists...

The Liberals need to have faith that their carbon tax will do its job | The Line

Published: 12Jan2021

In this article for The Line newsletter, Max Bell School Professor Ken Boessenkool and Director Chris Ragan argue that the government should have more confidence in the newly increased carbon tax...

MPP Information Session for African Applicants

2Feb202112:00
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This Master of Public Policy (MPP) webinar will be hosted by Mac Sarbah, Founder and CEO of EdAcme, and Max Bell School Director, Chris Ragan./maxbellschoolCategory: Public outreach

The vaccine will only work if enough people take it | Globe and Mail

Published: 5Jan2021

January 5, 2020 | While the COVID-19 vaccine offers us an eventual way past the pandemic, many Canadians are unsure about taking or unwilling to take a vaccine. In this Globe and Mail article, Max...

Understanding vaccine hesitancy in Canada: attitudes, beliefs, and the information ecosystem

Published: 5Jan2021

December 2020 | This new report by the Media Ecosystem Observatory looks into vaccine hesitancy in Canada in the lead-up to the development of a vaccine. Key findings included that 65% of Canadians...

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