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.
How Ideas Matter
Art Carden interviews renowned economist, Deirdre McCloskey, as they explore the ideas that promote positive long-run economic change.
Enviropreneurs in Action
Holly Fretwell examines how environmental entrepreneurs around the world are using markets to provide a freer, cleaner, and more prosperous society.
How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom
Matt Ridley argues that we need to see innovation as an emergent, serendipitous, evolutionary and collaborative process resulting from free markets.
Women and Progress
Rosemarie Fike explores why countries around the world struggle to prosper when they place barriers on women’s rights.
The Mystery of Capital
World renowned economist, Hernando de Soto, explores why some countries succeed at capitalism while others fail.
Freedom and Its Enemies
Nineteen time Emmy-winner John Stossel shares examples of the amazing benefits of free markets, and the worrying dangers of government regulation.
Building a Sustainable and Resilient Indigenous Economy
Manny Jules proposes solutions for a more sustainable and resilient First Nation economy supported by competition, fiscal independence, and indigenous institutions.
The Green Market Revolution: Reasons for Optimism
Johan Norberg discusses the real state of the planet’s environment and the institutions that make progress possible.
Love Your Enemies
Arthur Brooks reveals how we can restore a vibrant competition of ideas, reject divisive leadership, and find love in our hearts.
Canadian Health Care: Diagnosis, Prognosis, Prescription
Bacchus Barua discusses Canada’s history with wait times, and proposes potential solutions based on the experiences of other universal health care systems.
Trust, Growth & Spontaneous Order
Paul Zak describes why strangers cooperate, and how institutions scale trust to create sustained increases in living standards.
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