How systemic anti-Blackness affects who gets grants and sector workers’ well-being | The Philanthropist
April 26, 2021 | MPP candidate Rudayna Bahubeshi writes in The Philanthropist about the impacts of systemic anti-Blackness in the non-profit sector.
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Opinion: Biden’s refugee cap should prioritize Afghanistan’s religious minorities | The Washington Post
April 26, 2021 | President Joe Biden's plan to fully withdraw American troops from Afghanistan has been met by extensive debate, but little of the discourse has centred on the plight of religious minorities—particularly Sikhs and Hindus—whose fate in Afghanistan remains worryingly uncertain.
April 28, 2021 | MPP alumna Paisley Sim, who recently wrote an IRPP policy brief on paid sick leave in Canada, was interviewed by the CBC after the Government of Ontario announced a plan to temporarily provide workers in the province with three paid sick
April 18, 2021 | Pearl Eliadis speaks to Global News about how Quebec's curfew is exacting a disproportionate adverse effect on the province's most marginalized people, including people who are unhoused.
May 5, 2021 | Over two years after the tragic mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue, David Shribman focuses on renewal, reflection, and and remembrance.
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April 24, 2021 | In the contemporary First Hundred Days (the standard measure of early presidential achievement that, in Joe Biden's case, ends April 30), a consequential question, which will determine the course of the next several years and will shape the 46th President’s place in history, emerges: Has Mr.
April 28, 2021 | This article in the Columbia Journalism Review explores a recent seminar—co-hosted by the Max Bell School's Taylor Owen—that brought together competition ministers from across the globe to discuss the ramifications of the News Media Bargaining Code and the changing dynamics between platforms and publishers.
April 28, 2021 | Max Bell School professor David Shribman reacts to U.S. President Joe Biden's first address to Congress, which leaned into the burgeoning sentiment among Americans that government can and should play a central role in addressing the biggest challenges of our time.
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April 25, 2021 | Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis was interviewed by CTV News, providing perspective on Quebec's Bill 21 and the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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April 25, 2021 | In this Journal Métro article, Pearl Eliadis assesses the Quebec government's decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause to allow the passage of Bill 21, which violates Section 23 of the Canadian Charter.
Ken Boessenkool: Finally, a credible Conservative climate plan — now over to Kenney and Ford | National Post
April 19, 2021 | Your move, Kenney and Ford. Max Bell School professor Ken Boessenkool believes the Albertan and Ontarian premiers can design their own—superior—provincial plans by using carbon revenues to cut personal or corporate income taxes or boost childcare tax rebates, rather than giving restricted visa-cash-back style rebates.
April 21, 2021 | “The decision touches on virtually every aspect of the Canadian political landscape as it affects fundamental human rights.
April 2021 | In these recent Globe and Mail articles, Max Bell School professor David Shribman discusses Biden's post-Trump agenda, voting laws, and the potential for a GOP Presidential hopeful from the state of Florida.
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April 16, 2021 | With the world in crisis, what's an intellectual to do?
15 April, 2021 | In this panel conversation, Max Bell School director Chris Ragan shares his thoughts on the Conservative's newly revealed climate plan in a conversation with the Globe and Mail's Kelly Cryderman and political commentator Shakir Chambers.