British Columbia Premier Christy Clark recently announced that the days of self-regulation are over for the real estate industry. The Real Estate Council of B.C. had previously been tasked with ensuring that people who are buying and selling homes in …
The City of Regina recently informed a number of property owners about upcoming multi-million dollar renovations that are planned for their streets. The Council plans to conduct these renovations via ‘cost-sharing local improvement programs’ that will require the owners of …
The budget, implemented, will make a heavily indebted and high-taxed Manitoba even less competitive with other jurisdictions than it already is, resulting in less investment in the Province and more ‘movements out’ of the young, the skilled, the professionals and the wealthy.
As the Conservative government lops thousands of jobs off the payroll, the cost of the average federal employee will continue to climb and could hit nearly $130,000 by 2015, says a report by Canada’s budget watchdog.
In a recent article on cross-border healthcare (“Have illness, will travel?”, 24-30 March), you looked ahead to the directive on cross-border healthcare, which has since been formally adopted, and wrote that “relatively few people are expected to take advantage of the law”, noting that current cross-border care is worth €10 billion, less than 1% of current healthcare spending”.
A Canadian think tank has embarked on an effort to satisfy the public’s growing thirst for information in a digital age where people demand instant information at their finger tips – and want a say in how they access it to boot.
Frontier’s new report shows how the public-private partnership being considered by Winnipeg City Council on sewer services and infrastructure is an effective model.
Media Release for Frontier’s new report that shows how the public-private partnership being considered by Winnipeg City Council on sewer services and infrastructure is an effective model.
Saskatchewan residents could have real issues to vote on if their cities reported their performance more transparently.