Andrew Potter: Trust, state capacity, and the meaning of ArriveCAN | The Line

Published: 11Nov2022

November 4, 2022 | "The crisis of state capacity can't be separated from the more general crisis of expertise and the legitimacy of the state and the rule of law." says Andrew Potter. 

Mass Entrepreneurship - an idea whose time has come


Hosted by Max Bell School of Public Policy's McConnell Visiting Scholar for 2021-2022, Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli, Amplifying the Influenc/maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and conferences

Creating Enabling Policies for Small Businesses: Lessons from Africa


While large companies typically have teams focused on advocacy and government lobbying to ensure their interests are advanced and protected, most small businesses do not have the resources to do...

Defining freedom in the time of COVID with Pearl Eliadis and Nicholas King | Video

Published: 11Feb2022

February 9, 2022 | McGill Alumni hosted a Made by McGill webcast featuring professors Pearl Eliadis and Nicholas King entitled "Defining freedom in the time of COVID."

Defining freedom in the time of COVID - McGill Alumni


From imposing curfews, lockdowns and bans on private gatherings to introducing new and sometimes coercive measures aimed at increasing vaccination rates, governments around the world are going to...

A no-vax tax | CBC's Radio Noon Quebec with Shawn Apel

Published: 13Jan2022

January 12, 2022 | Joining the CBC's Radio Noon Quebec with Shawn Apel, Professor Pearl Eliadis cautions that it's premature to discuss the legality of the "no-vax tax" or health contribution the...

Quebec's 'anti-vax tax' difficult to enforce, experts say | Montreal Gazette

Published: 13Jan2022

January 12, 2022 | After the Quebec government announced unvaccinated Quebecers would have to pay a "health contribution," Professor Pearl Eliadis weighs in on the legality and enforcement of such...

Do We Still Believe in a Better Tomorrow? | The Agenda

Published: 12Jan2022

January 10, 2022 | It's true, albeit clichéd, to say that we're living through "unprecedented times." With all the bad news out there, do we still believe in a better tomorrow? Max Bell School...



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