Our Explore Public Policy Issues seminar and webinar series features engaging presentations about pressing policy issues and innovations. Our series is especially tailored with Canadian content and is available for all post-secondary students across Canada. Students: search below to register for upcoming events or to review featured on-demand webinars. Faculty members are also welcome to incorporate seminars and webinars into their classroom experience. Please reach out to us at [email protected] if you need any assistance.
Trust, Growth & Spontaneous Order
Paul Zak describes why strangers cooperate, and how institutions scale trust to create sustained increases in living standards.
Virtual Solutions to Canadian Healthcare
Brett Belchetz, MD, CEO of Maple Care, outlines how virtual care has changed healthcare in Canada today.
The Morality of Organ Markets
James Stacey Taylor argues that legalizing markets in human body parts is not only ethical, but necessary.
100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything
Sonia Arrison discusses our journey to the future, where science and technology are beginning to radically change life as we know it.
The Economics of Love & Dating
Ninos Malek provides some hot tips and tricks on how to make the most of your love life, just by learning the basics of economics!
Nozick on Rights, Justice, and Government
Aeon J. Skoble explores Nozick’s theory and moral rationale for taking people’s rights seriously. What does a utopia actually look like?
The Brighter Side of COVID-19
Marian Tupy explains that now, more than ever, humanity’s embrace of science and innovation must be unimpeded.
What is Liberalism? Past and Future
Helena Rosenblatt & Daniel Klein debate what it truly means to be considered liberal, and why it matters.
The Essential Austrian Economics
Peter Boettke emphasizes the preferences and actions of individuals, and explores the key tenets of Austrian economics and its foremost thinkers.
Do Markets Corrupt Our Morals?
Ginny Choi draws from empirical studies to explore and potentially reassess the claim that markets corrupt our morals.
Michael Matheson Miller runs us through some of his findings on the road to creating his award-winning documentary unearthing the dark side of charity.
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