The keys to reducing Canada’s persistently high unemployment rate continue to evade our politicians, but 1997 job statistics for the United States point to some answers.
Panic over the intended merger of the Bank of Montreal and the Royal Bank might have made sense a few decades ago. But times have changed.
“Powering the Future” is the first in a series of short policy studies and reports to be undertaken by the Centre as part of a publishing program called “Policy Series”.
Due to high absentee rates of aboriginal students, the ALC wants the Winnipeg School Division to step up and remedy the problem.
Canadians should not be held accountable for the government’s spending, by contributing more to the Canadian Pension Plan. It is clear based on the downfalls of central planning that what Canada needs are private pension plans.
Yes, they do. Therefore with the small budget surpluses at hand, the government should choose to lower taxes.
The Medical Research Council of Canada (MRC) recently sounded an alarm about the continuing loss of the country’s brightest and best, who, in growing numbers, are choosing to leave and pursue their careers elsewhere.