Fresh from winning a prestigious international prize for their innovative work on Canada’s equalization programme.
New Brunswick is usually thought of as successful in economic terms since a more vibrant private sector emerged during your oversight of that province.
Quick, what is Manitoba’s fastest growing crop? If you guessed wheat, barley or potatoes, you’d be wrong. It’s edible beans.
A conference hears evidence that equalization allows the receiving provinces to not focus on the basics of good public policy like creating an attractive tax and regulatory environment.
The case that merit pay for teachers might improve public schools usually receives short shrift from educators, who argue that it encourages competition rather than co-operation among colleagues.
Bill C-15, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to amend other Acts (the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001), was introduced in the House of Commons and given first reading on 14 March 2001.
A special joint publication of the Frontier Centre, AIMS and the Montreal Institute