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Debt is a vast, sucking field of muck, and we're all flailing to get out | CBC Opinion

Published: 4Apr2019

March 19, 2019 | Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, shares his thoughts with Neil Macdonald, a columnist at CBC Opinion, regarding government debt and the upcoming "fiscal squeeze" as...

CBC NEWS | Here are the jobs subject to Quebec's proposed religious symbols ban (the list is longer than you'd think)

Published: 4Apr2019

Prof. Robert Leckey, the dean of McGill University's faculty of law, notes the draft legislation, Bill 21, extends beyond the recommendations laid out by the 2010 Bouchard-Taylor report, which...

Podcast: An interview with Prof. Merve Emre, author of The Personality Brokers

Published: 27Sep2018

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is the most popular personality test in the world. It’s used regularly by Fortune 500 companies and lots of other organizations. Its language of personality types...

MONTREAL GAZETTE | Charles Taylor calls CAQ's religious symbols bill 'clear discrimination'

Published: 3Apr2019

The Quebec government’s new secularism bill is “clear discrimination,” an “unreasonable restriction,” and an unneeded answer to a problem that doesn’t exist....

The bigger the evolutionary jump, the more lethal cross-species diseases could be

Published: 28Mar2019

Some diseases which are fatal in one species can cause only mild discomfort in another—but it’s hard for scientists to predict how lethal a disease will be if it leaps across species....

MONTREAL GAZETTE | E is for ethics in AI — and Montreal's playing a leading role

Published: 2Apr2019

Another example is the “dodgy and problematic” use of AI for facial recognition in job interviews, said Gabriella Coleman, a McGill professor who holds the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and...

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