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Police Use of Body Cameras: No Quick Fix | Policy Magazine

Published: 14Jun2021

June 16, 2021 | Body cameras are not a panacea for the systemic problems in policing. "There needs to be a fundamental change in police practices and culture," says MPP candidate says Yvette...

Inequality in the COVID Recovery, from Infection Rates to Vaccine Access | Policy Magazine

Published: 14Jun2021

June 15, 2021 | COVID-19 infection rates in Toronto have plummeted. But analysis of infection and vaccination statistics across different neighbourhoods in the city lays bare the discriminatory...

CAQ appoints former Liberal cabinet minister Geoffrey Kelley as Kahnawake negotiator | CBC News

Published: 17May2021

June 5, 2021 | Max Bell School professor Geoffrey Kelley has been appointed as the new negotiator between the Quebec government and the Kahnawake Mohawk community. Kelley takes on this critical...

Re-envisioning the Global Framework for the Next COVID-19 | Policy Magazine

Published: 14Jun2021

June 14, 2021 | What harsh lessons have the international community faced while battling a global pandemic? In his article for Policy Magazine, MPP student Asif Imran Khan sheds some light on how...

The world’s democracies, including Canada, face a historic choice | The Globe and Mail

Published: 17May2021

June 4, 2021 | In her latest piece for the Globe and Mail, Max Bell School professor Jennifer Welsh asserts that Canada must leverage its international relationships and articulate its vision for...

Conservative strategist argues for carbon tax as path to smaller government | Energi Media

Published: 26Apr2021

June 1, 2020 | For years, carbon taxation has been anathema to Canada's conservatives. But, in a recent piece for our MAX Policy series, Ken Boessenkool argued that a price on pollution could help...

In Alberta’s quest for a fair deal, the province shouldn’t look to Quebec for solutions | The Globe and Mail

Published: 17May2021

May 29, 2021 | In his latest for the Globe and Mail, Max Bell School professor Andrew Potter cautions Alberta—as it seeks to gain more federal leverage—to avoid the pitfall of emulating Quebec's...

Higgs income tax cut signals a shift in Conservative carbon policy, say economists | CBC News

Published: 17May2021

May 27, 2021 | In this article by CBC News, Max Bell School professor Ken Boessenkool expresses support for the burgeoning conservative movement to translate carbon pricing revenues into lower...

Is nuclear energy like immigration and free trade? | Energi Media

Published: 26Apr2021

May 11, 2021 | John Stewart spoke with Energi Media about his recently published MAX Policy article, "How is Nuclear Energy Like Immigration and Free Trade?" Watch the interview to hear Stewart...

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