Anti-poverty groups received a jolt early in October, when they woke up to this headline: “Only 6% of Canadians are poor, UN finds.”
Mass production is starting to give way to mass customization thanks to information age technology. That is good news for consumers, since a wide variety of goods and services increases the chance consumers will find products that meet their individual requirements.
Although it is the Manitoba blue print for educational reform, is the result of the larger educational reform movement which is occurring throughout North America. This reform movement is being driven by forces which are outside the educational system.
While politically incorrect to discuss, water exports should be explored since it could mean substantial benefits to Canada
Genetic research explores the potential for immortality
Gas prices vary for understandable reasons.
It’s election time in Manitoba and the Filmon Tories have made vague promises to increase spending on education. Public education, thus, maintains its sacred cow status even with the tax-cutting Conservatives.