Frontier Centre releases Measuring the Size and Cost of Manitoba’s and Saskatchewan’s Public Sectors

Canada, Joseph Quesnel, Nicolas Allarie, Press Release (historic), Public Sector, Role of Government, Uncategorized

Today the Frontier Centre for Public Policy released a new study documenting how high public sector employment rates in the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan have significant costs to the taxpayers of those provinces. Additional spending on the public sector …

Frontier Centre Releases Declining Equalization Payments and Fiscal Challenges in the Small “Have-not” Provinces

Alberta, Ben Eisen, David Murrell, Equalization, Manitoba, Ontario, Press Release (historic), Saskatchewan, Shaun Fantauzzo (historic), Uncategorized

Today, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy (FCPP) and the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) released a new paper documenting a recent decline in equalization payments (relative to provincial GDP) to Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward …

Frontier Centre Releases A New Model to Implement Next Generation Telecom for Rural and Remote Saskatchewan

Alberta, Crown Corporations, Manitoba, Press Release (historic), Roland Renner (historic), Saskatchewan, Uncategorized

The Frontier Centre for Public Policy released a report today focusing on how to improve and expand telecommunications technology in rural and remote Saskatchewan. The report offers a model based on best practices from rural communities around the world. Frontier …