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SPPG in the Media

SPPG in the Media

CBC’s Metro Morning Interviews Professor Gabriel Eidelman on the City Hall Task Force Report

July 7, 2017Gabriel Eidelman appeared on CBC Metro Morning with Matt Galloway (July 4, 2017) to discuss fixing Toronto's City Council. Read More

Professor Audrey Macklin on the Omar Khadr Settlement

July 6, 2017Listen to Professor Audrey Macklin on CBC's Metro morning discussing breaking news on the Omar Khadr settlement. Download the podcast.  

City Hall Task Force Says Don’t Overhaul the System, Just Fix It

June 29, 2017Toronto, ON – In the first general review of Toronto governance in over a decade, SPPG’s City Hall Task Force has released its highly anticipated report offering a practical blueprint to reform Toronto’s City Council. Read More

Congratulations to our Graduates!

June 16, 2017The Master of Public Policy Class of 2017 graduated this morning! Here are a few photos of the graduates. Read More

SPPG Professor Mel Cappe on Canada’s role on the world stage

June 13, 2017In this piece for the Mowat Centre, SPPG Professor Mel Cappe weighs in on Canada's role in the world at its 150th anniversary. Professor Cappe highlights Canada's place in an increasingly globalized world. Read More

SPPG Fellow Sean Speer highlights Canada’s urban/rural divide in Policy Options

June 6, 2017In this piece for Policy Options, SPPG Fellow Sean Speer highlights the urban/rural divide and its effect on the political disconnect in Canada. Read More

SPPG Alum Vass Bednar on Metro Morning

June 5, 2017SPPG Alum Vass Bednar was on Metro Morning today to discuss the report released by the Federal government's Expert Panel on Youth Employment, '13 Ways to modernize youth employment in Canada'. Vass Bednar is the chair of this panel. Read More

MPP Students want the public to care more about care work

May 24, 2017Four Master of Public Policy Students describe their research focus for their summer internships with the Centre for Global Social Policy. These research areas align with the mission of the Gender, Migration & Work of Care Project. Read More