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SPPG in the Media

SPPG in the Media

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

SPPG Director Peter Loewen’s take on Carbon Tax

May 23, 2017SPPG Director Peter Loewen took part in an interview with UofT News to discuss Ottawa's plans for a Carbon Tax. Read More

SPPG Prof Daniyal Zuberi at the 2017 RBC Conference

May 8, 2017SPPG Professor and RBC Chair in Applied Social Work Research Daniyal Zuberi spoke at this year's RBC Conference: The Inclusive and Sustainable City of the 21st Century. Read More

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