Winnipeg, the grande dame of Canada’s West, is thriving despite a persistently negative and frequently uninformed profile in the national media.
Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz’s decision to increase the number of police officers in Winnipeg may be misguided given our already high number of police and a declining crime rate.
After the Novato school district banned junk food in its K-12 schools in 2007, Rana Sanghi saw an opportunity. He altered his ice cream truck route to include Novato High School, parking the vehicle just outside the entrance.
Although teachers are often discouraged from using traditional teaching methods, research evidence shows that they have the largest impact on student learning.
The new federal parliament has a golden opportunity in its hands to provide meaningful and badly needed fiscal reform to the country. Such reforms could lead to economic renewal, increase productivity, lessen inter-governmental tensions, and strengthen the federation.
Detroit has become a symbol of urban decay, but by utilizing the example of Winnipeg, it could become revitalized through targeted immigration policies.
Although well-intended, Canada’s equalization program has produced a number of unintended consequences in both have and have-not provinces.
New software to be used with smart phones is poised to revolutionise the traditional taxi industry.
In fact government handouts will still be the primary source of funds for all five political parties represented in Parliament.