November 9, 2017
UBC experts are available to discuss the new 18-month parental leave that goes into effect on Dec. 3.
September 11, 2017
British Columbia’s New Democrat government is expected to unveil its first budget Monday following last week’s throne speech.
Media Release | June 11, 2014
Ontario voters head to the polls Thursday to elect their next Premier.
August 26, 2013
Paul Kershaw, an expert on family policy and generational equity, writes that today’s parents are more squeezed for time, income and services than the predecessors.
April 15, 2013
From politics to pipelines, UBC experts are available to comment on the upcoming 2013 B.C. election campaign.
Media Release | March 20, 2013
UBC experts are available to provide media commentary and analysis on the March 21 federal budget.
Media Release | May 2, 2012
Nearly half – 45 per cent – say that government laws, services and programs are irrelevant to their well-being and quality of life, according to a national poll by McAllister Opinion Research on issues studied by University of British Columbia public policy professor Paul Kershaw.
Media Release | March 27, 2012
UBC experts will be available on March 29 to provide media commentary and analysis on the funding decisions, politics and potential impacts of Canada’s upcoming federal budget.
Media Release | February 7, 2012
Canadians want to make family a priority – 85 per cent want to spend more time with their families and 60 per cent want governments to support policy changes that make it easier to raise a family, according to a national poll by McAllister Opinion Research about research led by University of British Columbia professor Paul Kershaw.
Media Release | December 15, 2011
Younger adults want Canada’s wealth invested more evenly across the generations, while Canadians older than 55 say they should ‘wait their turn,’ according to new polling data.
Media Release | October 18, 2011
Canadian parents today are raising families with less money and time than the Baby Boomer generation even though the country’s economy has doubled in size since 1976, says a new study by the University of British Columbia.