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B.C. POLITICS - Greens should support Site C dam, for all British Columbians

By KENNETH GREEN
and JOSEPH QUESNEL
The Fraser Institute

GIVEN THE DESIRE for green energy, you would think a Green Party leader would support more hydro power for Vancouver. 678 more words

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B.C. POLITICS - How will B.C.'s NDP pay for deal with Greens?

By CHARLES LAMMAM
and HUGH MacINTYRE
The Fraser Institute

THE POWER-SHARING deal struck by the New Democratic Party and Green Party means British Columbians could soon see an NDP minority government propped up by the Greens. 596 more words

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Big jump in Indigenous population putting financial pressure on governments: Fraser Institute

A new study by the Fraser Institute says government incentives may be a big reason for a 275 per cent jump in the Indigenous population in Canada between 1985 and 2011. 153 more words

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FRASER INSTITUTE - How an NDP-Green government can free up housing supply

By JOSEF FILIPOWICZ
and STEVE LaFLEUR
The Fraser Institute

IN THE WAKE of last month’s election in British Columbia, the NDP and Green Party appear poised to form the next government in Victoria. 615 more words

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School Choice in Canada: What's Causing the Latest Ruckus?

One of Canada’s provincial premiers, Brad Wall of Saskatchewan, has waded into the Catholic Separate School question and brought the issue of school choice, once again, to the fore.   1,104 more words

Educational Priorities

Trudeau government close to breaking all-time record for per-capita federal spending: Fraser Institute

With the Liberals planning to spend $8,337 per person in 2017, the government of Justin Trudeau is close to breaking the all-time record for per-capita federal expenditures, according to a new report by the Fraser Institute. 435 more words

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HEALTH - Sick and tired (and in pain) over health-care wait times

By BACCHUS BARUA
Analyst
The Fraser Institute

VANCOUVER – The Canadian Institute for Health Information’s annual tracking of wait times for priority procedures is out and the news is not good. 634 more words

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