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  • Welcome to the School of Public Policy & Governance

    Welcome to the School of Public Policy & Governance

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  • Populism and Its Influence in the United States

    Populism and Its Influence in the United States
    Join SPPG on May 11th for a discussion on the nature of populism in the US!

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  • MPP Alumni Making an Impact

    MPP Alumni Making an Impact
    Click here to learn about how our Master of Public Policy Alumni are making an impact in the policy world!

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  • City Hall Task Force

    City Hall Task Force
    Join SPPG for the Task Force's third meeting on March 31st!

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  • Student Initiative Spotlight: Ford + SPPG Conference

    Student Initiative Spotlight: Ford + SPPG Conference
    A student-led policy conference

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  • Want to hire an MPP Intern or Grad?

    Want to hire an MPP Intern or Grad?
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  • SPPG at U of T

    SPPG at U of T
    The University of Toronto is Canada's largest and top-ranked research university.

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Two Outstanding School of Public Policy and Governance Students Selected for Gordon Cressy Award

April 26, 2017Two School of Public Policy and Governance (SPPG) graduate students have been selected by UofT for the 2017 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award in recognition of their outstanding extracurricular contributions to the university and inspiring others to do the same. The School is pleased to announce this year’s award recipients include Master of Public Policy graduates Alexa Greig and Dalia Hashim. Read More

SPPG Event: Populism in the United States

April 25, 2017Join SPPG on May 11 for a talk on Populism in the United States featuring speakers Nick Carnes, Justin Gest and discussant Chris Cochrane. Read More

MPP Student Kayla Ishkanian on Election Codes for First Nations

April 20, 2017In her co-authored report for the Fraser institute, MPP Student Kayla Ishkanian outlines the election codes for First Nations communities in Canada. This report offers recommendations for future steps on elections codes in these communities. The report was also mentioned by CBC in an article on elections in a First Nations community in Alberta. Read More
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Why Choose SPPG?

At SPPG you will gain the knowledge and experience you need through our MPP Program to become a leader in addressing today’s complex policy problems. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto in close proximity to an extraordinary concentration of policy leaders, you will be in the center of a vibrant and engaged community and have constant access to the best minds in policy.
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MPP Student Leadership Initiatives

Our MPP students are extremely active and engaged, and there are a variety of opportunities at the School of Public Policy and Governance to get involved, such as non-profit consulting, a peer-reviewed journal, a public affairs radio program. These initiatives allow students to develop their skills, contribute to the policy discourse, and expand their networks.
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MPP Alumni

SPPG has over 300 alumni working as policy professionals across Canada and internationally. Our alumni are making impact in a diverse range of roles within the government, the broader public sector, the not-for-profit sector, and private organizations. Our powerful and active Alumni Network provides a valuable lifelong network of fellow graduates and public policy professionals.
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