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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

Blazing Trails for Women and Leadership: An Evening with Kim Campbell

January 5, 2018Join us for this talk with Kim Campbell, Canada's 19th Prime Minister. Read More

Mel Cappe on recommending the creation of a new watchdog to review border agency

January 4, 2018SPPG Professor and former Privy Council Office chief Mel Cappe commented on the federally commissioned report recommending that the Trudeau government create a new body to review the activities of the Canada Border Services Agency. Read More

SPPG Alumni featured in panel of emerging policy leaders

December 20, 2017On December 19th, alumni André Côté and Saeed Selvam spoke at a conference with the Maytree Foundation, an organization that is committed to advancing systemic solutions to poverty and strengthening civic communities. Read More

Women and Leadership Series to host the Right Honourable Kim Campbell

December 13, 2017SPPG’s flagship event series, sponsored by the David Peterson Leadership Fund, will start the new semester with a talk by former Prime Minister Kim Campbell. Read More

Bob Rae on his role as Canada’s special envoy to Myanmar

December 8, 2017U of T news reports that ahead of his interim report on Myanmar to the prime minister’s office, special envoy Bob Rae says he remains hopeful the Rohingya crisis can be resolved. Read More

Introducing Faculty Features: Assistant Professor Shari Eli

December 7, 2017Faculty Features is SPPG's new series highlighting our faculty and research community. Our first edition features Shari Eli, an assistant professor in economic history cross-appointed to SPPG who has recently begun a project to digitize the Canadian census. Read More

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