Politics

COVID-19 pandemic uniting Canadians like no other event in decades

Published: 25May2020

A new study by researchers from McGill University and the University of Toronto finds a cross-partisan consensus on battling COVID-19 in Canada. Unlike in the U.S., this consensus is fostering...

Sciences, Publics, Politics: Lessons From Canada’s Climate Wars | Issues

Published: 11Feb2020

When Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau took office in 2015 as Canada’s prime minister, a top priority was to establish Canada as a global leader on climate change. At the United Nations’ climate...

Is it possible to reduce political polarization?

Published: 5Feb2020

In the run-up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, an unusual experiment suggested that it might be possible to influence American voters to adopt less polarized positions....

Encoding Citizen Rights and Responsibilities in Multilingual Political and Legal Contexts

27May201912:00
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McGill Executive Institute, 1001 Sherbrooke St. W, CA/continuingstudiesCategory: School of Continuing Studies

Moving Forward in Uncertain Times: The Future Of Our Environment

12Oct201817:30
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The McGill School of Environment welcomes Gina McCarthy, former head of the Environmental Protection Agency under President Barack Obama./environmentCategory: Environment

Movie screening: "Tickling Giants"

27Oct201718:00
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Please join PGSS Equity & Diversity and the Subcommittee for Racialized and Ethnic Persons on Friday, October 27th, 2017 at McGill University Jack Cram Auditorium (Education 129) at 6:00pm for...

Why is there no Labor Party in the United States?

Published: 26May2016

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

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