The lack of property rights is one cause of Aboriginal poverty. This speech suggests it blocks that community from participating in the real economy.
Senior Policy Analyst Dennis Owens discusses how rent control hurts the poor
An important new paper points the way to the resolution of an historic blight on Canadian society – the social and economic health of our First Nations population. Aboriginals as a distinct group have not fully participated in the wider prosperity of the country whose First Citizens they compose.
The authorities in Stockholm remain just as committed to government funding of health care as they ever were. They’ve simply found a better way to do it.
The objective of this short paper is to make the case for giving natives the normal property rights that all Canadians enjoy.
Locally elected school boards have occupied centre stage in the provision of education in Canada from the inception of public schools. But are they really necessary?