In the news
- Dr. Kevin Quigley, MacEachen Institute Scholarly Director spoke with CBC's Jean Laroche about whether Stephen McNeil is right to chide Nova Scotia's auditor general.
- Policy Matters panelists spoke with Stuart Peddle of the Chronicle Herald about water security issues.
- Bringing a premier's perspective to the classroom. Dal News on Honorary Distinguished Fellow Darrell Dexter's teaching role at Dalhousie.
- Experts ponder health care’s future in post-baby boomer era - MacEachen Institute Policy Matters panel in The Chronicle Herald
- On the probability of terror attacks, MacEachen Institute Scholarly Director Kevin Quigley spoke to Global News and CTV News.
- On storm preparedness: Hurricane Juan a wake-up call on disaster planning in the Chronicle Herald
- Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the death of former parliamentarian Allan J. MacEachen
- The Chronicle Herald: MacEachen a canny reformer
- Global News: Allan MacEachen, former federal Liberal cabinet minister, dies at age 96
- Policy Matters Immigration panel in Global News, Metro News, and The Chronicle Herald
- A Lac-Mégantic trial, but where’s the inquiry? in the Globe and Mail
- Are you watching Hurricane Irma, do you have friends or relatives in its path? features Scholary Director Kevin Quigley on CBC's Cross Country Checkup.
- Former premier and MacEachen Distinguished Honorary Fellow Darrell Dexter speaks to Global News, The Chronicle Herald, and The Sheldon MacLeod Show, about his new teaching position and the Policy Matters speaker series.
- MEEK: Our Father of Medicare, a jewel of Confederation, posted in the Chronicle Herald, reflecting on the Hon. Allan J. MacEachen's contributions to Canada for Canada 150.
- OCEANS WEEK: In recognition of Oceans Week 2017 and World Oceans Day, June 8th, check out these blog posts by two authors from the book Science, Information and Policy Interface for Effective Coastal and Ocean Management.
- The American Gaze: Adam Gopnik’s Canada, posted on earlycanadianhistory.ca. MacEachen research committee member and Associate professor of History Jerry Bannister comments on Adam Gopnik's New Yorker article.
- OPINION: The benefits of being boring — an American adjusts his set while watching Nova Scotia election, posted in Halifax's Local Xpress. MacEachen research committee member Andrew Bergel provides an American's take on the NS election.
- More Than Apathy: Modest Proposals for Combating Civic Illiteracy and Political Disengagement among Nova Scotia’s Youth
Institute contributor and law student Jeremy Ryant weighs in on election debate with youthful commentary.
- DAL NEWS: The data behind disaster planning
- More than a Broken Promise: Why Abandoning Electoral Reform Hurts People Who Don’t Care About Politics the Most, posted on National Newswatch.
Article by Jeremy Ryant, Juris Doctor student, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University.
- Why National History Matters, posted on earlycanadianhistory.ca.
Essay by Jerry Bannister, Associate Professor of History at Dalhousie University and member, MacEachen Institute research committee.
- DAL NEWS: MacEachen Institute brings together students and former parliamentarians
- EIUI Launches Important New Book
- DAL NEWS: Full house for bold ideas at MacEachen Institute launch