Policy in the news
University of Toronto receives single largest gift in Canadian history from James and Louise Temerty
A $250-million gift will support discovery, collaboration, innovation, equity and student well-being across the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and its affiliated hospital network,... Read more
29 new or renewed Canada Research Chairs will explore culture, identity, health
The University of Toronto’s Neda Maghbouleh seeks to better understand how borders, wars and other geopolitical forces influence the formation of immigrants’ identities. “My work is fundamentally... Read more
U of T updates its mask policy, will distribute 250,000 masks to community members
In an effort to support community members, the University of Toronto will distribute a quarter million non-medical face masks to students, staff, faculty and librarians... Read more
The mandate of the Government Relations Office (GRO) is to advance policies and positions that align with the mission of the University of Toronto and support the efforts of government to develop sound public policy. GRO is organized in three units: Government Relations and Public Policy, University Relations, and Stakeholder Engagement and Strategic Initiatives. Our goal is to ensure that governments recognize, enable, and publicly articulate the unique role played by the University of Toronto in civic, provincial, and national capacity-building.