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Announcing the 2022-2023 Visiting Faculty: Neil Bouwer, Vincent Rigby and Olivia Smith

23 Sep 2022

We are thrilled to announce that Neil Bouwer, Vincent Rigby and Olivia Smith will be joining the Max Bell School of Public Policy as Visiting Professors for the 2022-2023 academic year. Their...

A Fire-Proof House No More: Rethinking Canada’s National Security in the 21st Century

21 Sep 2022

Western liberal democracies face an uncertain and tumultuous world. Canada must take its own national security more seriously. By failing to do so, we place our interests, our values, and our...

Interac, McGill’s Policy Lab announce sponsorship to solve real-world public policy challenges

21 Sep 2022

Interac sponsorship of McGill University’s Max Bell School of Public Policy to support the School’s Policy Lab and MAX Policy essay series

Introducing our Fourth MPP Cohort

10 Aug 2022

Meet our fourth cohort of MPP candidates.

Urgent Global Collaboration is Required to Avert the Next Food Crises

1 Aug 2022

Food insecurity is rising across the globe in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The two countries collectively export approximately 25% of the world's wheat. Russia is also a significant...

The Canadian Agri-food Advantage: Equipping Canadian SMEs for Success in China

27 Jul 2022

This executive summary lays out highlights from the report The Canadian Agri-food Advantage: Equipping Canadian SMEs for Success in China, written by Max Bell School Master of Public Policy...

Creating a Sustainable Transition from Firewood to LPG for Cooking in Colombia

27 Jul 2022

This executive summary lays out highlights from the report Creating a Sustainable Transition from Firewood to LPG for Cooking in Colombia, written by Max Bell School Master of Public Policy...

Girls’ Education and Climate Resilience

27 Jul 2022

This executive summary lays out highlights from the report Girls’ Education and Climate Resilience, written by Max Bell School Master of Public Policy students as part of the 2022 Policy Lab....

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