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Video: Looking Through the Retro-Scope

29 May 2020

In this webinar, Christy Clark elaborates on past governmental shortcomings, and how in anticipation of a second wave, we must do better to learn from past mistakes.

Taylor Owen in The Globe and Mail: Who will answer the Christchurch Call? Nobody, if tech platforms continue ungoverned | OPINION

Published: 19Jun2019

May 23, 2019 | Taylor Owen, Beaverbrook Chair in Media, Ethics and Communication at the Max Bell School of Public Policy, writes that the Christchurch Call might be a missed opportunity for...

How Trudeau is faring economically ahead of pre-election budget | BNN Bloomberg

Published: 5Apr2019

March 18, 2019 | Prior to Canada’s next election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his fourth and final budget. After surveying over a dozen economists to take stock of the government’s...

Fiscal responsibility and the federal budget | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 18Mar2019

March 14, 2019 | Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Dr Christopher Ragan, sat down with Breakfast Television Montreal to speak about the new 'fiscally responsible' budget, as...

Federal carbon tax comes into effect | CTV Power Play

Published: 4Apr2019

April 1, 2019 | Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Christopher Ragan, sat down with Don Martin on Power Play to speak about the Federal Carbon Tax....

There’s probably more consensus on output-based pricing than you think | Canada's Eco-fiscal Commission

Published: 5Apr2019

March 29, 2019 | "Meeting Canada’s climate targets in a way that is best for our economic prosperity requires broad policy that creates consistent incentives across all emissions in the economy,...

Introduction of the Federal Carbon Tax | CBC Power & Politics

Published: 5Apr2019

April 1, 2019 | Chris Ragan, Director of Max Bell School of Public Policy, joined CBC News Power and Politics, to discuss the federal carbon tax. "Carbon pricing is the lowest-cost method that we...

Why are governments slow to regulate social media? | Global News

Published: 10Apr2019

April 8, 2019 | Social media has been deeply ingrained in our daily lives and with the current spread of hate and misinformation, governments have been slow to regulate social media companies....

Regulating Social Media Giants | The Reporter

Published: 10Apr2019

April 9, 2019 | The Canadian government is now considering to actively regulate social media platforms such as Facebook, given the lack of results from self-regulation. "We better get the...

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