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U of T Canadian Politics Workshop

This week I took part in the first annual Workshop for PhD students in Canadian Politics at the University of Toronto. It was a great chance to learn about the amazing work being carried out by my colleagues and to get some very valuable feedback about the proposal for my own dissertation, which will compare All-Party Groups in Canada, Northern Ireland, Ontario, Scotland and the UK.

A very big thank you goes out to Professor Peter Loewen for organizing the event, and to Professor Chris Cochrane, Professor Robert Vipond, and fellow student Andrew Mcdougall for their comments on my work.

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Lunching and learning at Carleton University

Today I presented on my dissertation research at the “Lunch and Learn” series sponsored by the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy at Carleton University. It was a great opportunity to meet other graduate students and to get some feedback on my ideas while I’m still working on my proposal. I would like to thank Bill Cross for invitation, and also those who asked questions or raised new issues to consider.