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  • Big City, Big Ideas

    Big City, Big Ideas
    On May 5 His Worship Mayor Don Iveson of Edmonton will speak on the role of big cities in Canada

  • Looking to hone your policy skills?

    Looking to hone your policy skills?
    Register for one of our upcoming Executive and Professional Education courses!

    SPPG Nov 22, 2013
  • New issue of the PPGR released

    New issue of the PPGR released
    Read the latest edition of the Public Policy and Governance Review online!

  • Want to hire an MPP Intern or Grad?

    Want to hire an MPP Intern or Grad?
    Check out our employers page for more info


How do families who receive the CCTB and NCB spend the money?

April 20, 2015Founding Director Mark Stabile and Post-Doctoral fellow Lauren Jones publish a paper examining how recipient families spend the Canada Child Tax Benefit and the National Child Benefit. Read More

SPPG Prof Joseph Heath shortlisted for the Donner Prize

April 14, 2015Professor Heath is one of four to make the short list for the $50,000 Donner Prize for “Enlightenment 2.0: Restoring Sanity to Our Politics, Our Economy, and Our Lives” (HarperCollins Publishers). Read More

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.


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.


MPP Alumni

SPPG has over 200 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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