PolicyForward presents Technology, Medicine and the Future of Healthcare in Canada

Max Bell Foundation presents Laura Kilcrease and Alan Bernstein in Technology, Medicine and the Future of Healthcare in Canada October 23 – 5:30-7:30 National Music Centre – 850 4 Street SE, Calgary Click here to purchase tickets Universal health care …

Now accepting applications for the 2019 Public Policy Training Institute

We are currently accepting applications for the 2019 Public Policy Training Institute. The deadline is November 19, 2018. More information and the application form can be found here.

Doug Moen Joins Max Bell Foundation Board of Directors

Max Bell Foundation is delighted to announce that Doug Moen has joined our Board of Directors. Mr. Moen is currently the Director of Executive Education at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy in Regina. Mr. Moen graduated from the Coll …

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 …

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