Executive Summary The development of instantaneous, rapid and reliable communications systems is transforming the rural areas of North America. The exponential expansion of the necessary infrastructure to the most remote regions, often expressed as the “death of distance,” implies a …
Australia’s dairy reforms introduced a temporary consumer tax on milk, the revenues from which, were used to partially buy out quota from affected dairy farmers.
An overview of Australia’s recent dairy reforms and the country’s phase out of marketing boards. A temporary consumer levy on milk is being applied to partially buy out quotas, the most difficult aspect of marketing board reform.
2002 comparison of effective residential property tax levels in major Canadian cities
The search for optimal models of offering public services has its occasional successes. Notable among these in the last decade are reforms in the rules that govern public transportation.
The federal and provincial governments share jurisdiction for the management of some natural resources and the environment.
Over the past two decades, various countries have established policies to shift the production of transit services into a competitive environment.
Three of the four methods of measuring global temperature show no signs of global warming. This study suggests that land based temperature measurements are skewed by the “urban heat island” effect.
This report investigates the quality and standards of the Bachelor of Arts program that is currently being offered to students at the University of Manitoba. The standards which were used to judge the Honours, Advanced, and General degrees were historical …