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UofT News Covers SPPG’s Groundbreaking New Course

February 14, 2018Find out how our new master’s course is teaching students about how to create change from the outside. Read More

Have your say: open government, engagement, and policy-making

February 8, 2018A consultation with the Government of Canada's Open Government Team Read More

Alumni Features: Jane Hilderman

February 5, 2018SPPG's series featuring MPP alumni caught up with almuna Jane Hilderman, Executive Director of Samara Canada. Read More

Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus on the Emerging Role of Social Businesses

January 29, 2018Join us for a discussion with Dr. Muhammad Yunus on how a new economic system can address systemic issues of inequality, unemployment, and environmental degradation in Canada and around the world. Read More

Highlights from Blazing Trails for Women and Leadership with Kim Campbell

January 19, 2018Canada's 19th Prime Minister visited SPPG to share her unique insights as part of our special event series on Women and Leadership. Read More

Michael Donnelly in Macleans on Canadians and Immigration

January 18, 2018New Macleans op-ed features Michael Donnelly's research showing Canadian views on immigration are not necessarily distinguishable from a European country. Read More

Announcing the SPPG + Evergreen blog

January 17, 2018Follow the learning experiences of MPP students enrolled in “Making an Impact from the Outside,” a course jointly developed by Evergreen and the School of Public Policy and Governance. Read More

Peter Loewen on the sunk cost fallacy and decision-making in the Republican Congress

January 12, 2018SPPG Director Peter Loewen wrote for the Washington Post about his research on the sunk cost fallacy and its effect on politicians' decision-making. Read More

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