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NYC filed suit against oil companies over 'global warming/climate change,' but now it's been FACK-CHECKED

(National SentinelFalse Narrative: In a bid to fleece American and Western oil companies under the guise of claiming they are responsible for global warming-climate change, New York City file suit against them last week. 550 more words

U.S. National

Population density in Toronto significantly less compared to other major cities: Fraser Institute

A new study from the Fraser Institute says cities in Canada are significantly less dense than other major cities around the world.

The study lists population densities of 30 cities in high income and developed countries, and Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto come 13th, 16th and 19th on the list, respectively. 304 more words

Canada

Vancouver's density lags comparable wealthy cities: Fraser Institute

Vancouver has a lot of room to grow — upwards.

That’s according to the latest density report from the free-market think tank the Fraser Institute. 519 more words

News

FRASER INSTITUTE - Canada Pension Plan reforms need a complete rethink

By JASON CLEMENS
and
CHARLES LAMMAM
The Fraser Institute

THE CANADA Pension Plan (CPP) needs a comprehensive review, followed by real reform.

The provincial and federal finance ministers said… 660 more words

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Fraser Institute Makes a Rickety Case for Boosting the Pension Eligibility Age

The Fraser Institute has a recent report looking at the rising eligibility age for public retirement programs in the OECD.

The report contrasts Canada’s decision in 2016 to cancel scheduled increases in the eligibility age for OAS, GIS and the Allowance on the one hand, with the general trend toward a rising age of eligibility in many OECD countries on the other. 751 more words

Pensions & Benefits

Charitable donations declining in Alberta: study

Albertans are giving a smaller portion of their income to charity, according to a study by the Fraser Institute.

That trend mirrors a national slide in charitable giving, according to the findings, released Wednesday. 352 more words

Money

Sask. has second shortest waits for elective treatments in Canada, but more patients waiting

As surgical wait times start to creep up in Saskatchewan, the province isn’t committing to more procedures being done privately.

It isn’t being ruled out, either. 639 more words

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