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Which path do we want to be on? | The Daily Star

January 12, 2023 | Aftabuddin Ahmed, a current MPP student, stated that this year will define whether Bangladesh can preserve its institutional ambitions towards being a liberal democracy.

Published: 13 Jan 2023

Hockey Canada scandal is not an isolated event. Forceful government action is past due | CBC Opinion

November 11, 2022 | In the opinion column by Alison Clement and Sandrine Desforges, Master of Public Policy candidates at the Max Bell School of Public Policy, they talk about the news of Hockey Canada using 7.6 million dollars from a reserve fund of registration fees to cover nine sexual assault or abuse claims. An aditional 1.3 million dollars was paid through Hockey Canada's insurance to settle 

Published: 15 Nov 2022

Embracing "Strategic Clarity" on Taiwan | It was always burning

November 11, 2022 | In the face of an increasingly bellicose China buttressed by its mighty economic and military strengths, Washington’s “strategic ambiguity” has become insufficient to pre-empt China’s ambitions. A shift towards "strategic clarity" could pave the way to deter Chinese aggression in the region, provided it remains subtle and is carefully managed, Pangying Peng says. 

Published: 11 Nov 2022

Canada's national security institutions have fallen woefully behind | Policy Options

November 3, 2022 | The article, written by MPP Candidate Jack Burnham, was based on a discussion held in McGill University which focused on " The future of national security in the world of the "n-block war." Panelists included Jennifer Welsh, Ali Dizboni and Vincent Rigby, while the panel w

Published: 11 Nov 2022

The Role of Energy Transition in Addressing Climate Change | Policy Magazine

August 4, 2022 | In an ongoing conversation about the role of energy transition in addressing climate change since the end of Kevin Page's Complexity Seminar, MPP alumnus Umer Farooq wrote this op-ed in collaboration with Page. Umer is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. He has a Doctorate in Engineering.

Published: 6 Sep 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

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

A Review of Québec’s Cap-and-Trade System

In the summer of 2021, Max Bell School Master of Public Policy candidates Danielle Appavoo, Mariel Aramburu, Ricardo Chejfec, and Anil Wasif responded to a call to the academic community from Québec’s Minister of Finance, M. Eric Girard.

Published: 10 Feb 2022

Fentanyl kills more young Americans than COVID. The underlying causes should worry us all. | USA Today

February 6, 2022 | MPP alumna Henna Hundal has penned a new article for USA Today, delving into the the addiction and overdose crisis that has caused devastation across the United States, Canada, and many other countries around the world. 

Read the article.

Published: 9 Feb 2022

Want S.F. to achieve net-zero carbon emissions? Don’t forget to green the health care industry | San Francisco Chronicle

January 10, 2022 | "Nearly 5% of global greenhouse gas emissions can be traced to health care activities in developed countries," writes MPP alumna Henna Hundal. Read her full argument for the crucial importance of including the healthcare sector in decarbonization efforts. 

Published: 12 Jan 2022

Noise observatory still necessary, still in the works, councillors say | Montreal Gazette

October 2, 2021 | MPP alumnus Matis Allali—who was part of a team of students that studied noise pollution management policies for their Policy Lab project—comments on renewed calls for a noise observatory in Mo

Published: 12 Oct 2021

Re-envisioning the Global Framework for the Next COVID-19 | Policy Magazine

June 14, 2021 | What harsh lessons have the international community faced while battling a global pandemic? In his article for Policy Magazine, MPP student Asif Imran Khan sheds some light on how the authority of global health governance has been shaken by COVID-19.

Published: 14 Jun 2021

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