This talk is dedicated to John Campbell. Most Saturday mornings, on Radio New Zealand, John instructs his listeners, in his very amiable style, about the evils of profits. A self-confessed “liberal leftie”, he tells us that people should come before profits.
Governments have responded to the farm crisis with some infusions of short-term aid, but creating a freer and fair marketplace ought to be the long-term goal. As if a horse-kicking by foreign subsidies has not been painful enough, Canadian farmers are hemmed in at home by the rules that govern marketing boards.
I am a lead pencil — the ordinary wooden pencil familiar to all boys and girls and adults who can read and write. Writing is both my vocation and my avocation; that’s all I do.
Let’s make life simpler for politicians who want to deliver on their promise of universal, high- quality Medicare. We can do this by “consumerizing” the system and putting health-care customers back in control.
This report investigates the quality and standards of the Bachelor of Arts program that is currently being offered to students at the University of Manitoba. The standards which were used to judge the Honours, Advanced, and General degrees were historical …