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Social Sciences - Politics - 28.11.2022
Western PhD students named Vanier scholars
Western PhD students named Vanier scholars
Three Western PhD candidates have been named among 166 nationwide recipients of the 2022-2023 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships.

Politics - 11.11.2022
Remembrance and heroism
Waterloo professor on why we must be prepared to support international law University Relations Each year in Canada, November 11 is marked as Remembrance Day.

Environment - Politics - 27.10.2022

Politics - Social Sciences - 25.10.2022
Nationalism is not the enemy of immigration, says Catherine Xhardez
Nationalism is not the enemy of immigration, says Catherine Xhardez
Catherine Xhardez, a new professor in the Department of Political Science, is an expert on immigration policy and federalism who believes it is possible to "integrate in order to exist.

Environment - Politics - 07.10.2022
Why some countries lead - and others lag - in the race to clean energy: Study
A new analysis  published in the journal  Science  explores the politics that influence some countries to adopt cleaner sources of energy while others resist change, revealing what hinders many governments from reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Campus - Politics - 06.06.2022

Politics - Environment - 03.06.2022
Educating global citizens
The pandemic and current global events have heightened awareness of existing global challenges, and highlighted the important role universities play in uncovering solutions and developing talent By V

Politics - 21.04.2022
Citizen Lab unearths spyware attacks against Catalan politicians, U.K. government: The New Yorker
The University of Toronto's Citizen Lab, based at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy,  is highlighted in a New Yorker feature by journalist and author Ronan Farrow that explored th

Politics - 12.04.2022
Expert insight: Five areas where Canada needs to step up on the war in Ukraine
Bucha main street after Russian invasion of Ukraine, Oleksandr Ratushniak - Wikimedia Commons Russian atrocities against Ukrainians are increasingly coming to light.

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.

Environment - Politics - 29.03.2022

Computer Science - Politics - 23.03.2022
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
UdeM cybersecurity researcher Benoît Dupont discusses the use of cyberattacks in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Politics - Economics / Business - 14.03.2022

Politics - 24.02.2022

Music - Politics - 09.02.2022

Sport - Politics - 26.01.2022
Expert insights: The International Olympic Committee’s track record on human rights
The International Olympic Committee's (IOC) position on refugees is contradictory and confusing. The organization has its own Refugee Team competing at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.

Politics - 24.01.2022
Carbon-tax rebates: the untold story
Carbon-tax rebates: the untold story
Many Canadians aren't even aware they can get a credit on their income taxes, a new international survey involving UdeM political scientist Erick Lachapelle finds.

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.

Politics - Economics / Business - 29.10.2021

Campus - Politics - 23.10.2021

Politics - History / Archeology - 13.10.2021
Expert insights: Canada’s worrisome urban-rural political divide has never been greater
By Zack Taylor and Jack Lucas, Special to Western News After all the ballots were counted in the recent Canadian federal election, was anyone surprised that Gudie Hutchings, incumbent Liberal MP in the district of Long Range Mountains, Newfoundland and Labrador, had been re-elected ?

Environment - Politics - 21.09.2021
Post-election thoughts from UBC experts
UBC experts Dr. Maxwell Cameron and Dr. Kathryn Harrison share their thoughts on the 2021 federal election results.

Environment - Politics - 21.09.2021