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The Max Bell School Celebrates the Graduation of its First Class

6 Aug 2020

On July 10, 2020 the Max Bell School of Public Policy saw 31 accomplished MPP students come together with staff, teaching faculty, and special speakers in a virtual ceremony for their graduation.

Charting a Course for a Canadian Transition to a Circular Economy

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines the topic of Charting a Course for a Canadian Transition to a Circular Economy. It is authored by Max Bell School MPPs Michelle Kellam, Sumaiya Kabir...

Planning for Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Negotiations in the Republic of Tajikistan

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines the Planning for PPA Negotiations in the Republic of Tajikistan. It is authored by Max Bell School MPPs Riad Katkhoda, Sarah Lombard, Charlotte Reboul,...

Supporting Affordable Housing for Canadian Seniors Living in Rural Communities

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines Supporting Affordable Housing for Canadian Seniors Living in Rural Communities. It is authored by the Max Bell School's 2020 MPPs Ruhee Ismail-Teja,...

Improving Demand-Driven Innovation Policies in Canada

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines the topic of demand-driven innovation policies in Canada It is authored by the Max Bell School's 2020 MPPs Ana Gama Dias, Mauricio Horn, Eunice Mercado...

Chronic Waste: Strategies to Reduce Waste and Encourage Environmentally-Friendly Packaging in Canada’s Legal Cannabis Industry

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines the topic of packaging waste and plastic pollution as consequences of cannabis legalization. It is authored by the Max Bell School's 2020 MPPs Omar...

Connected Autonomous Vehicles in Public Transit

6 Aug 2020

This Policy Lab executive summary examines the adoption and integration of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) into Canadian public transit systems. It is authored by Max Bell School's 2020...

Health and Equity During the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Jun 2020

From stopping the spread of the virus to ensuring an equity lens is applied to all policy responses—learn more about the public health challenges presented by this pandemic.

Misinformation, Transparency, and Communications during the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Jun 2020

Communications issues remain relevant as the COVID-19 crisis progresses. Find out what policy experts think about the importance of accurate and transparent communication in the context of the...

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