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MAX Policy is a collection of provocative ideas and policy solutions generated by the minds at the Max Bell School of Public Policy.

Ken Boessenkool Argues for a Childcare Baby Bonus

14 Jan 2021

Accessible and affordable childcare will play an outsized role in determining whether mothers will recover their pre-COVID levels of employment and wages.

Pearl Eliadis on Quebec's "Universal" Healthcare System

15 Dec 2020

Pearl Eliadis explains how Quebec's healthcare system is shutting out some its most vulnerable citizens.

Howard Balloch on Canada's China Policy

25 Nov 2020

During this period of challenge and confrontation with China, Howard Balloch contends that Canada should double down and pursue deeper engagement.

Ken Boessenkool: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax

29 Oct 2020

Ken Boessenkool makes three stand-alone arguments for a carbon tax, and none are about climate change.

Chris Ragan Writes about Canada's Infrastructure Spending

27 Oct 2020

The pandemic has not strengthened the already strong case for federal infrastructure spending in Canada, argues Chris Ragan.

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