The share of Grade 9 students in Alberta scoring “below acceptable standards” in math increased more than 34 per cent.
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Bill C-69 will add more subjective criteria to an already onerous regulatory process.
The Notley government’s failure to restrain spending is quickly growing Alberta’s debt burden.
Burlington spent nearly 17 per cent of tax-financed expenditure on “general government.”
Life expectancy is 79.5 years in the top quartile of countries compared to 64.4 years in the bottom quartile.
Ontario spends about nine per cent of all revenue on government debt-service payments.
The expanded CPP’s overall rate of return for workers is a meagre 2.5 per cent.
Excellent means water quality is protected, with an absence of any threat or impairment.
Charter schools outperformed all other types of schools in Alberta’s Provincial Achievement Tests (PATs) written in Grades 6 and 9.
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