Our MPP students: Riad Katkhoda

14 Jan 2021

We reached Riad at his new home base in Dominica, an island country of the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea, where he’s currently stationed with the World Food Programme (WFP), the food...

Ken Boessenkool Argues for a Childcare Baby Bonus

14 Jan 2021

COVID-19 has hit working mothers hard. Accessible and affordable childcare will be key in determining whether mothers will recover their pre-COVID levels of employment and wages.

Our MPP students: Kayli Avveduti

4 Jan 2021

Kayli Avveduti is Nēhiyaw from the Treaty 6 Territory, born and raised in the Alexander First Nation in Alberta, where she continues to live today. She shares a strong connection to her family and...

2020: A Year In Review

17 Dec 2020

The Max Bell School has had a productive past year, cementing our role as a policy leader through our events and research, and ensuring that our MPP program maintained its high quality while being...

Pearl Eliadis on Quebec's "Universal" Healthcare System

15 Dec 2020

Pearl Eliadis discusses how Quebec's healthcare system excludes its most vulnerable Canadian citizens.

Howard Balloch on Canada's China Policy

25 Nov 2020

Howard Balloch writes about the political imperative for the current Canadian government to articulate a new “China Policy,” a reset from the warmth and priority of the past decades.

Why policymakers need program evaluation

10 Nov 2020

Sydney Duder establishes professorship for program evaluation at the Max Bell School.

Ken Boessenkool: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax

29 Oct 2020

Conservatives should embrace a carbon tax, but not for the reasons you think.

Chris Ragan Writes about Canada's Infrastructure Spending

27 Oct 2020

In this piece, Chris Ragan writes that Canada should increase its infrastructure spending, but not as short-term stimulus.



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