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

Published: 9 February 2022

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,...

Andrew Potter: Self Help for Partisans | The Line

Published: 2 February 2022

February 1, 2022 | Many Canadians look to the state of politics in America and feel better about our own politics. But is "Canadian exceptionalism" a delusion? Andrew Potter outlines three...

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

Published: 12 January 2022

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...

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

Published: 12 January 2022

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...

Wealth Tax Policy

Thursday, January 20, 2022 18:30to20:00

The wealth tax policy has come into sharp focus in recent economic and political debates./maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and conferences

Inflation 101, with Christopher Ragan | The Hill Times

Published: 16 December 2021

December 15, 2021 | Director Christopher Ragan joins The Hill Times' The Hot Room podcast to explain how inflation works, whether the Trudeau government is to blame for rising prices, and the Bank...

2021: Our Year in Review

15 Dec 2021

The Max Bell School has had a productive past year, cementing our role as a policy leader through our events and research, and ensuring we maintain the high quality of our MPP program while...

Supreme Court ruling could change how human rights law is applied in Quebec | The Chronicle Journal

Published: 9 December 2021

December 1, 2021 | A recent Supreme Court ruling has narrowed the scope of jurisdiction on discrimination cases. Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis argues that this new precedent is dangerous,...



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