VANCOUVER—Canadians are forced to navigate an increasingly complex tax system, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. 216 more words
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Re: Energy savings claims often vastly inflated, guest column by Tom Adams and Ross R. McKitrick, April 21.
I read with interest the recent column concerning Ontario’s work to reduce energy consumption and promote conservation savings. 225 more words
REGINA – Saskatchewan has gone from ‘zero’ to ‘hero’ on the national stage when it comes to reducing surgical wait times.
A new report by the Fraser Institute, … 236 more words
On April 16, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released a White Paper, Critiques of Energy Efficiency Policies and Programs: Some Truth But Also Substantial Mistakes and Bias… 154 more words
Do the rich really keep getting richer as the poor keep getting poorer?
That’s the “underlying assumption” to much of the recent public policy debate in Canada surrounding income inequality, but a new report from the Fraser Institute argues it’s all wrong. 1,240 more words
With HealthSure, Canadians don’t wait for healthcare. Expedite MRI & CT Scans, Specialist Appointments and Surgical Procedures.
Valuing only hours lost during the average work week, the estimated cost of waiting for care in Canada for patients who were in the queue in 2015 was almost $1.2 billion. 32 more words
One aspect of Race Based Law is the lack of property rights for reserve aboriginals. Legal equality would be a good way to begin to address the reserve housing issue: 626 more words