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Digital Hygiene website aims to make the Internet a little less scary

March 1, 2016

Digital Public Square’s new project offers advice on how to manage online risks.

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Should they stay or should they go?

March 1, 2016

Randall Hansen on the UK’s “Brexit” referendum.

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A blueprint for rebuilding Canada’s profile on the world stage

February 26, 2016

Stephen Toope, director of the Munk School of Global Affairs, on how to find focus on foreign policy matters.

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Citizen Lab Report Reveals Vulnerabilities in Baidu Browser

February 23, 2016

New report reveals that hundreds of millions of people are at risk of hacking and surveillance because of a popular internet browser.

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Canada isn’t back...yet.

February 12, 2016

Stephen Toope, director of the Munk School of Global Affairs, argues that Canada has much to consider if we are to re-emerge as a power on the world stage.

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Primer on the Primaries

February 12, 2016

What are primaries? This week, the Munk School of Global Affairs brought political analyst Henry Olsen to Toronto from Washington D.C. to offer insights.

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Munk students share their big ideas on tackling climate change with Environment Minister

February 10, 2016

The Honourable Catherine McKenna, minister of Environment and Climate Change, recently gave a talk on climate change and a sustainable future at the Munk School of Global Affairs.

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Applying to U of T? Start your journey at Munk!

February 9, 2016

Thinking of attending U of T? Start your journey at the Munk School of Global Affairs...

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Citizen Lab uncovers fitness tracker flaws

February 2, 2016

Many consumers don’t know that strangers can track their fitness devices. A new Citizen Lab report uncovers privacy and security flaws.

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Mapping project paints ‘big picture’ of trade with China

January 26, 2016

The CanAsia mapping project has teamed up with the Canada China Business Council to better track the commercial relationship between Canada and China.

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