New Video – Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Work in Canada: Implications for Policy

In December, 2017, Max Bell Foundation hosted the first installment of the speaker series PolicyForward with a discussion called Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Work in Canada: Implications for Policy. Elyse Allen, President and CEO of GE Cana …

Max Bell Foundation is Moving

We’re pleased to announce that, effective March 23, 2018, Max Bell Foundation will be moving into new office space. The Kahanoff Centre is a non-profit campus and conference facility occupied solely by non-profits and charities. Opened in 2004 and orig …

Max Bell Foundation invests $10-million to establish a new school of public policy at McGill University

The Max Bell School of Public Policy will bring McGill’s unique international and transdisciplinary perspectives to key political, social economic and scientific issues In a world of political polarization, environmental threats, a changing labour mark …

Op-Ed in the Hill Times from former Max Bell Senior Fellow Roger Gibbins

Published on November 1, 2017 in the Hill Times, this op-ed by Roger Gibbins argues that it is time for the Trudeau government to act on recommendations put forward by an expert panel convened by the minister of national revenue. These recommendations …

Nancy Reynolds and Suzanne Tough are Max Bell Foundation and Burns Memorial Fund Fellows

Burns Memorial Fund and Max Bell Foundation are pleased to announce the appointment of Nancy Reynolds and Suzanne Tough as Senior Policy Fellows. The jointly-funded Fellowships launch a partnership between the two foundations in support of evidence-bas …

Joanne Schroeder is Max Bell Foundation’s New Senior Fellow

The Fellowship project will develop a framework for strengthening leadership in BC’s child-serving systems (health, education and child development). Over the next two years Joanne will develop a toolkit of best practices and then work with two or thre …

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