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Policy Challenges During a Pandemic

Video: High Compliance Policies and their Pitfalls

20 Apr 2020

Watch Daniel Weinstock discuss how policymakers can integrate harm reduction thinking to the way in which they define the terms, and the enforcement of, social distancing restrictions.

Video: Crisis Communications during COVID-19: The Good, the Ugly and the Ugly

20 Apr 2020

Watch Adam Daifallah's webinar on the challenges of communicating policy responses in an unprecedented health crisis.

WEBINAR: Crisis Communications during COVID-19: The Good, the Ugly and the Ugly

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Everything about the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented, including policy responses and the way they are communicated. With no playbook to rely on, governments around the world are improvising on...

Briefing: The World Oil Market, COVID-19, and International Politics

16 Apr 2020

John Stewart explains the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global oil industry, and why oil will continue to play a key role in the world for a very long time.

Webcast: COVID’s Financial Fallout

16 Apr 2020

Watch McGill economic experts Chris Ragan and Barry Eidlin assess the global financial situation and answer audience questions.

Video: The World Oil Market, COVID-19, and International Politics

14 Apr 2020

This webinar featuring John Stewart took place on April 14, 2020 as part of our Policy Challenges During a Pandemic series

Briefing: Public Liberties and Emergency Powers

9 Apr 2020

Pearl Eliadis on the new powers that governments are exercising and the need for more vigilance.

Video: Pathogens, Pandemics and Public Liberty

9 Apr 2020

This webinar featuring Pearl Eliadis took place on April 9, 2020 as part of our Policy Challenges During a Pandemic series.

Briefing: Canada’s Emergencies Act in the Age of COVID-19

8 Apr 2020

In this article, Max Bell School MPP student Omar Akeileh discusses Ottawa's reluctance to invoke a federal state of emergency during the pandemic.

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