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Climate change, globalization, and inequality: How vector-borne infectious diseases are threatening human health in Canada

By Aisha Barkhad of McMaster University   Global environmental change, driven by avertible anthropogenic catalysts that amplify greenhouse gas emissions is the single most arduous threat facing humanity today. Canada is considered one of the top 10 countries most vulnerable…

Canada needs a national strategy for disaggregated race-based data to ensure equitable decision-making in health

By Dina Idriss-Wheeler and Karine Coen-Sanchez of University of Ottawa The lack of access to and reporting of disaggregated race-based data does not allow for evidence linking race to health outcomes to reveal sub-population health inequities. The current COVID-19 situation…

Fourth Annual Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition Winner Announced | Résultats de la 4e édition annuelle du Concours national d’essais universitaires sur l’avenir de la fonction publique du Canada organisé dans le cadre d’Objectif 2020

(La version française suit.) The Grand Prize winner of the Fourth Annual National Student Paper Competition is Hope Caldi, for her paper, “Offering a Warmer, Wiser Welcome: Recommendations for Reforming Canada’s Immigration Loan Program”. The Public Choice Award winners of…

2016-2017 Essay Competition

Fourth Annual Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition on the Future of the Public Service of Canada For 2016-17, the Competition invited Master’s and PhD students in fields such as public administration, international relations, public policy, business/management, health administration, law…

2015-2016 Essay Competition

Third Annual Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition on the Future of the Public Service of Canada The annual Blueprint 2020 National Student Paper Competition tapped into the innovative thinking of Masters students from across Canada on the future of the…