Bleak scenario plays out in Germany as city population shrinks..
The Kyoto Accord could bring Manitoba higher rates of economic growth and more people, but only if we get our own labour laws in order
Policy Notes discusses problems with new federal approach to immigration in less populated areas
A Consistent Population Drain: Except for 1983, Manitoba experienced population loss each year during the period 1961 to 2001.
The 62-cent Canadian Peso means that Florida vacations have become an impossible luxury for most Canadians. More importantly, high levels of taxes and government spending are constantly compromising the real values of our homes, investments and pensions – policies that drive the loonie even lower. The idea of adopting the U.S. dollar might bring a glimmer of hope to some.
Carved out of the wilderness by people seeking a better life, Manitoba now faces a hidden crisis.
The most valuable resource in any community is its people. Over the last quarter century, Manitoba has generously supplied this resource to other provinces, with most of those years showing a net out migration, often of the youngest and brightest.