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This talk by Armine Yalnizyan is part of our Winter 2020 Policy Lecture series.

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This academic talk is intended for McGill students, alumni and faculty.

About Armine Yalnizyan:

Armine Yalnizyan is a Canadian economist, writer and public figure focused on the social and economic factors that determine our health and well being. Armine joined the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives as senior economist in 2008, after a long association dating back to 1993, and served until January 2017.

Every Wednesday and Friday Armine brings a fresh take on business news on CBC Radio's Metro Morning, reaching a million listeners in the Greater Toronto Area, and more online. Armine also appears weekly on the Big Picture panel, a popular feature of Canada's premier business-news program, CBC-TV's The Exchange.

Armine obtained her M.A. in Industrial Relations from University of Toronto and has a bilingual B.A. in economics from Glendon College, York University, including a year's study in economics at Université de Bordeaux, France. She proudly received the Atkinson Foundation's inaugural Award for Economic Justice.

She is Vice-President of the Canadian Association for Business Economics and serves on the boards of the Canadian Institutes for Health Research's, Institute of Population and Public Health and the Public Interest Advocacy Centre.

Armine is a frequent contributor to the national conversation on social and economic equality and justice, striving for upstream solutions that strike at the source of our nation's greatest challenges. She writes for the CCPA, print outlets like the Globe and Mail, the Behind the Numbers blog, the Progressive Economics Forum, and elsewhere.

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