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Amid the hubbub following the release of the Drummond Report, I can’t help but think of one of the biggest financial scams of the past century: Bernie Madoff ’s Ponzi scheme, which wiped out hundreds of formerly well-heeled investors. The lesson from Bernie? If something seems too good to be true then it probably is.
According to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, Ontario ranks first in Canada when it comes to primary care performance from the perspective of the consumer;
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Per-person healthcare spending in Manitoba is significantly higher than the national average.
The price to keep pretending that the federal government can legislate in the area of health has dropped below the level of affordability for the indignity of trading a province’s constitutional autonomy.
A couple of the latest Redford moves seem meaningless from a policy perspective. From a political point, they seem designed to promote Alison Redford’s image in the rest of Canada as a conciliatory and cooperative Alberta leader.