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Andrew Potter: Zelenskyy's mistake was believing Canada was serious | The Line

July 20, 2022 | In this article for The Line, Max Bell School professor Andrew Potter lambastes the Canadian government for allowing gas turbines for the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to be returned to Germany.

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Published: 10 Aug 2022

The politics of rage and disinformation — we ignore it at our peril | National Observer

July 18, 2022 | Before joining the Max Bell School's Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy as its Director of Policy & Engagement, Supriya Dwivedi encountered the harmful world of conspiracy theories and misinformation as host of a morning show on a Toronto talk radio station. Learn more about her experience and how it galvanized her to tackle to problem of mis- and disinformation.

Published: 10 Aug 2022

How should Canada tackle harmful online content? Look beyond our borders, experts say | Toronto Star

July 14, 2022 | As a member of the 12-person advisory group convened by the federal government to weigh in on the Liberals' online harms legislation, Max Bell School professor Taylor Owen provided perspective on what lessons can be learned from other countries' legislative efforts.

Published: 10 Aug 2022

Can Quebec pharmacists legally refuse to prescribe the morning-after pill? | CBC News

August 6, 2022 | Recently, in Saguenay, Que., a pharmacist rejected a woman's request to purchase emergency oral contraception, claiming that then morning-after pill did not "align with his values." Human rights lawyer and Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis weighs in.

Published: 10 Aug 2022

A Plea for Greening Canada’s Housing Policy | Policy Magazine

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

The fourth article is "A Plea for Greening Canada’s Housing Policy" about the housing and climate change crises wreaking havoc on the Canadian economy by Nimmi Hamid.

Published: 29 Jun 2022

Canada’s CANnabis, or CAN’Tabis ? | Policy Magazine

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

The fourth article is "Canada’s CANnabis, or CAN’Tabis ?" about Canada’s cannabis legalization review that was due in October 2021 - but it has yet to commence.

Published: 28 Jun 2022

Canada’s Huawei decision: Next Steps | Policy Magazine

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

Published: 23 Jun 2022

Curbing Online Harms | CBC Radio

June 20, 2022 | With the Canadian Commission on Democratic Expression's new report hot off the press, Commission co-chair and Max Bell School professor Taylor Owen sat down for an interview with CBC Radio to discuss the recommendations on curbing online harm that he and his colleagues have proposed.

Published: 23 Jun 2022

After a hundred days of war, the West is losing interest in Ukraine | The Line

June 6, 2022 | With Russia's illegal war in Ukraine now well past the hundred day mark, Western interest is waning—despite the fact that Ukraine's people and territorial integrity are far from safe. What does this tell us about the depth of the West's commitment to Ukraine? Andrew Potter comments in this article for the The Line.

Published: 23 Jun 2022

No Time to Waste in Canada’s Tryst with Cyber Warfare

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

Published: 17 Jun 2022

A Country Covered by Water, but not by Insurance

In Policy Magazine's new Emerging Voices series by students, five Max Bell School MPPs were invited to write articles on issues important to them.

Published: 17 Jun 2022

Session wraps up at National Assembly | CTV News Montreal

With the last pre-election sessional period of Quebec's National Assembly drawing to a close last week, Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis joined CTV News Montreal to discuss the key legislative news of the past several months.

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Published: 14 Jun 2022

Legal experts fact-check Quebec ad campaign that aims to correct 'falsehoods' on controversial language law | CBC News

June 3, 2022 | After Bill 96 passed in the Quebec legislature, the government of Quebec published a full-page advertisement in both French and English newspapers to "correct falsehoods" circulating about the law. However, several legal experts - such as Max Bell's Pearl Eliadis - fact-checked the claims made in the ad in this article for CBC News.

Published: 6 Jun 2022

Five reasons Quebec's language law reform is stirring controversy | City News

May 19, 2022 | This City News article delves into the various reasons Quebec's Bill 96 is stirring controversy. Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis provides prospective on how the proposed law would affect access to justice.

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Published: 24 May 2022

Why politics and central banking shouldn't mix | The Line

May 13, 2022 | In a recent debate, Conservative Party leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre pledged that—if he were to become prime minister—he would fire the governor of the Bank of Canada. Max Bell School Director Chris Ragan thinks such a promise is irresponsible and dangerous.

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Published: 24 May 2022

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