What do Canadians want from their news? | POLICY OPTIONS

Published: 31 October 2018

The Max Bell School of Public Policy's study about news consumption habits, political preferences and trust in news organizations was featured in Policy Options magazine. 

Was Trudeau’s ‘Grand Bargain’ just a little too clever? | THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Published: 14 November 2018

Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, and Andrew Potter, Associate Professor at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, wrote an opinion piece for The Globe and Mail on carbon pricing...

Deux Nouvelles Écoles À McGill | LA PRESSE

Published: 7 November 2018

The newly opened Max Bell School of Public Policy was featured in La Presse. ...

Bank of Canada to review policy framework, hints at big changes | REUTERS

Published: 21 November 2018

McGill University was featured in an article outlining the Bank of Canada's plans to review policy framework and implement changes. ...

Webinar: Max Bell School's MPP

Friday, November 9, 2018 09:30to10:30

A webinar on the new Master of Public Policy Program at McGill University's Max Bell School of Public Policy. This webinar, delivered by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, will answer...

Responsible journalism in the age of hyper-polarization

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 17:30to19:30

For many observers, the American media’s commitment to “balance” contributed to President Trump’s victory by normalizing his views and behaviour and fueling the public’s belief that “both sides are...

Webinar: Max Bell School's MPP

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 14:30to15:30

A webinar on the new Master of Public Policy Program at McGill University's Max Bell School of Public Policy. This webinar, delivered by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, will answer...

MEDIA ADVISORY: Bridging Divides: In Search of Sound Public Policies for Energy and Environment in Canada

Published: 5 June 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...

The onset of Alzheimer’s disease: the importance of family history

Published: 26 February 2018

You’re about to turn 60, and you’re fretting. Your mother has had Alzheimer’s disease since the age of 65. At what age will the disease strike you? A Canadian study published in JAMA Neurology...

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