If Manitoba’s provincial government spending as a percentage of its economy were at the Canadian average, it would have to reduce its spending by $1.6 billion or increase the size of the economy by $8.6 billion.
A new U.N. report criticizes North Americans for undercutting the environment by being excess consumers of energy.
The means to revitalize a downtown continue to befuddle many Canadian cities. Winnipeg is no exception, with a decidedly mixed outcome despite a potpourri of subsidies and other interventions to boost the central city.
Canada has a comparatively young population for an industrialized nation yet it is the fourth highest spender on healthcare.
Outcome-based education, the end of school boards, reforming teacher certification and school choice will be the main trends in public education
The World Summit on Sustainable Development is being held in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Among the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries, Canada is unique in having no private-sector involvement in the hospital sector.