Presented in collaboration with Brain Canada Foundation, the Amazing Brain Science Talks took place at McGill University on October 14, 2023.

This event, designed to demystify brain science for a wide audience, featured enlightening talks by Canadian brain health experts and speakers with lived experiences on a variety of topics, from neurodiversity and anxiety to the power of sleep and exercise.

Watch now to learn more about brain health and the extraordinary capabilities of the human brain.

Classified as: research and innovation; brain health; brain science; neuroscience; science talks
Published on: 22 Nov 2023

November 7, 2023 | The Honorable Eleni Bakopanos, P.C. visited the Max Bell School of Public Policy to offer her insights and experience of working in policy. The event organized by visiting professor Olivia Smith, featured an engaging Q&A session, delving into the intricate connection between policy and politics, offering students invaluable insights for their future endeavors in these fields. 

Classified as: Politics, public policy, federal government
Published on: 14 Nov 2023

This September 13th, at 6.30pm, Fabio Scetti will present the lecture “The children of law 101. Adaptation to the education system of Québec: the case of the Italian community”. The event will be held in French.


Classified as: Conferences, Law 96, italian community
Published on: 25 Aug 2023

Here is the video recording of the 2023 Public Lecture.

The Bieler School of Environment presents:

Professor Gernot Wagner

2023 Environment Public Lecture

“Climate Risks, Uncertainties, and Opportunities"

Classified as: environment, Bieler School of Environment, Business, economy, global
Published on: 23 Aug 2023

Max Bell School professor Andrew Potter talks about his new book ON DECLINE with Jonathan Montpetit, senior digital journalist with CBC.

Watch the virtual book launch cohosted with Biblioasis.

Classified as: Andrew Potter, On Decline, max bell school of public policy
Published on: 24 Sep 2021

Due to growing concerns over the COVID-19 virus, we regret to inform you that Choosing the Right Target: Real Options for the Bank of Canada's Mandate Renewal is postponed until fall 2020 (exact dates to be confirmed).

Our decision to postpone was a difficult one. We know that much planning and resources have gone into attending the conference, and we regret any inconvenience this has caused. 

Classified as: choosing the right target
Published on: 12 Mar 2020

MONTREAL - On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn A. Wilkins will visit McGill University and deliver a speech during the first Max Bell Policy Luncheon, organized by the Max Bell School of Public Policy. 

Topic: Major public policy issues around monetary policy frameworks and how those issues have become more complex in the post-global financial crisis world.

Time:12:00 - 14:00 (Eastern Time)

Classified as: monetary policy, School of Public Policy, max bell school, carolyn wilkins, Bank of Canada, max bell school of public policy
Published on: 19 Nov 2018

CALGARY - No topics in Canada are hotter today than new pipelines, carbon pricing, and energy development. There are legitimate policy debates to be had on all these issues, but opinions seem to be getting more polarized and often lack perspective. The Trans Mountain debate is a proof point of that.

Classified as: max bell school
Published on: 5 Jun 2018

Edmonton—Graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering will have the opportunity to get the inside track on communicating with non-technical audiences and tech commercialization during the Faculty of Engineering Graduate Research Symposium.

Keynote speakers Joe Schwarcz and Peter Hackett will share their experiences and expertise with symposium attendees and volunteers.

Classified as: Joe Schwarcz, OSS
Published on: 20 Jun 2013

Always engaged in educating the public about science, Dr. Joe Schwarcz discusses the importance of skepticism in science.

Click here to see Chemistry is not a four-letter word, Dr. Joe Schwarcz' TEDx lecture from last year's Montreal TEDx event. 

Published on: 19 Feb 2013


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