What comes to mind when we hear the word “farmer”? We think of hard-working people who faithfully grow our food. What comes to mind when we hear the word “pesticide”?
Nurses want more money. In British Columbia, they rejected the provincial government’s offer of a 22% wage increase over two years and have refused to work overtime. More than 5,000 operations have been cancelled since April. In Nova Scotia, Premier …
The charter school movement continues to rack up an impressive record of improvement to public education.
The government of Manitoba is rapidly discovering that the solution to the health-care mess is an elusive creature.
What is it about success that makes some Manitobans complain? Don’t we like jobs, prosperity, or money? Guess not, if the relentless attacks on Manitoba’s expanding hog industry are any indication.
Manitoba’s Finance Minister, Greg Selinger, deserves a hearty pat on the back for the innovative “Ecological Tax Credit” program announced recently in the provincial budget.
In most settings empirical studies show that privatization “works” in that the firms become more efficient, more profitable, and financially healthier, and reward investors