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New Space

GSL team moves into our new office space!

August 8, 2018

The Global Strategy Lab is excited to announce that we have moved into our new office space at York University. We've moved down to the second floor (suite 2120) of the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Building - just three floors below our previous office. The new space provides a dynamic, open-concept work environment for the team at GSL to work collaboratively on all of our projects. It was designed to increase team productivity by allowing team members to move around to different types of work environments depending on the task at hand, including communal seated desks, standing desks, couches...

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Ali Tejpar

GSL’s Ali Tejpar Graduated with a JD and MA Dual Degree

June 18, 2018

GSL’s former Research Assistant Ali Tejpar recently graduated with a Juris Doctor and Master of Arts dual degree from the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa and the Normal Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.

Ali began working with the Global Strategy lab in May 2015. During his time at GSL, Ali co-authored multiple academic papers on global health issues and international law. He presented at three major...

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Poster Presentation

GSL Managing Research Fellow presents at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference

May 31, 2018

On May 31st, GSL’s Managing Research Fellow Susan Rogers Van Katwyk gave a poster presentation at Public Health 2018, the Canadian Public Health Association’s annual conference. Susan presented on her systematic review about government policy interventions to reduce human antimicrobial use. The project captures all known studies that have evaluated the impact of government policy interventions...

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Cannabis

GSL’s Director interviewed by CBC about where Ontarians think cannabis should be sold

May 24, 2018

GSL Director Steven Hoffman was interviewed by CBC about the results of the CBC Vote Compass survey, which asked Ontarians whether they thought only government-run stores should sell cannabis once it is legalized. Interestingly, the results were split. Hoffman discusses how the difference of opinion did not differ according to political party affiliation. Rather, these difference might depend on other factors such as where voters live and...

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