Data source: Examining Aboriginal Corrections in Canada, a paper written by Carol LaPrairie, Ph.D. for the Ministry of the Solicitor General in 1996. (Population Source 1991 Census; Sentenced Admission Data Taken From 1991 Provincial Data Sets, except for Saskatchewan 1993 …
Selling Manitoba Hydro is smart public policy. Using the proceeds to endow individual citizens is an imaginative framework for the privatization.
Tomorrow, Paul Martin will be delivering a fiscal update but, unlike other years, it will include a mini-budget. Hopefully, “mini” won’t be the guiding objective for establishing a direction for Canada’s budgetary stance. What we need is a “maxi” plan to address the critical long-term economic issues faced by Canada.
An important lesson fron Sweden’s healthcare reforms is their salutary effects on worker performance. We should contract more services to outside providers, not fewer.
This is a response to a CBC commentary by the Frontier Centre.
We have redefined what is good healthcare and have been quite successful in some parts of Sweden – cutting waiting lists, speeding up productivity, improving quality, satisfying personnel working in healthcare.
Winnipeg can create strong incentives for its departments to use property assets better by requiring them to pay a capital charge on their market value.