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SPPG in the Media

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

SPPG City Hall Task Force Event

April 6, 2017The fourth meeting of the City Hall Task Force will take place on April 18th from 1-4pm. Sign up to get your tickets! Read More

SPPG Student Lauren Birch to speak on Transit Fare Integration

April 6, 2017SPPG Student Lauren Birch will be presenting on transit fare integration on April 18th from 4-5:30pm at 1 Devonshire Place. Read More

SPPG Students head to Parliament

April 4, 2017Three SPPG students participated in UofT's Women in House program this year. Take a look at their experiences. Read More

SPPG Director Peter Loewen’s Op-ed in the National Post

March 24, 2017In this Op-ed for the National Post, SPPG Director Peter Loewen delves into Andrew Potter's resignation from the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada. Professor Loewen highlights the rationale behind Potter's resignation following the release of an article on Quebec in Maclean's. Read More

SPPG Prof Janet Mason discusses Toronto housing affordability on Metro Morning

March 21, 2017SPPG Professor Janet Mason was featured on Metro Morning to discuss Toronto's housing issues. Mason noted that the Federal government should step in to aid Toronto. Read More