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Administration - 03.01.2024
Results for: Publication News | Articles published in Energy Regulation Quarterly

Administration - 05.12.2023
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms

Environment - Administration - 20.11.2023
New director joins Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium

Campus - Administration - 24.07.2023
Alumni discuss global finance and opportunities to give back

Campus - Administration - 02.05.2023
University of Waterloo names new dean of Science

Campus - Administration - 14.04.2023
Role reversal: University of Toronto student and faculty dean swap jobs, gain insights
Role reversal: University of Toronto student and faculty dean swap jobs, gain insights

Campus - Administration - 03.04.2023
University of Toronto appoints Christine Szustaczek vice-president, communications
University of Toronto appoints Christine Szustaczek vice-president, communications

Administration - 23.02.2023
Q and A with the experts: Who owns the map?
Without access to high-quality, reliable spatial data, government functions and services will suffer   Within the rapidly changing landscape of data providers, governments must address concerns over who collects and uses data to support the public interest.

Administration - Campus - 12.09.2022
Jacinda Reitsma named Vice-President, Administration and Finance

Environment - Administration - 20.06.2022
UBC experts on Canada's regulation of single-use plastics
UBC experts on Canada’s regulation of single-use plastics

Administration - Politics - 08.04.2022
With $4 million in funding, University of Toronto-based program aims to improve local taxation in lower-income countries
With $4 million in funding, University of Toronto-based program aims to improve local taxation in lower-income countries
An applied research initiative based at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy aims to improve public services and governance in lower-income countries through more effective local taxation.

Campus - Administration - 08.03.2022
University of Toronto provost withholds fees from Graduate Students' Union after it fails to act on student panel ruling
University of Toronto provost withholds fees from Graduate Students’ Union after it fails to act on student panel ruling

Environment - Administration - 15.02.2022
Homes sell for 8.2 per cent less after catastrophic floods
New report provides recommendations on how Canadians can limit flood risk By Flooding has pushed down housing prices in communities across Canada.

Administration - Economics - 26.01.2022
Western appoints AVP for innovation, partnerships

Campus - Administration - 08.12.2021
Censored in Iran, Scholar-at-Risk Negar Banisafar is eager to create a new future at University of Toronto
Censored in Iran, Scholar-at-Risk Negar Banisafar is eager to create a new future at University of Toronto

Administration - Politics - 04.11.2021
Expert insights: How Ontario can rethink its election spending law
By Valere Gaspard, Alec Mazurek, Special to Western News In the months leading up to the next provincial election in Ontario in June, spending for third parties has been rigorously restricted during the pre-election period.

Campus - Administration - 21.10.2021
University of Toronto releases new guidelines for researchers engaging in international partnerships
University of Toronto releases new guidelines for researchers engaging in international partnerships

Economics - Administration - 14.06.2021
Queen’s University to purchase KCVI property from Limestone District School Board

Health - Administration - 09.12.2020
Queen’s University expert Dr. Chris Simpson appointed Executive Vice President, Medical, Ontario Health, effective February 1, 2021