Among nine P.E.I. premiers since 1965, Premier King has overseen the third-highest average annual increase in per-person spending.
The country's rental vacancy rate fell to 1.9 per cent—the lowest it’s been since 2001.
Government wages in the province were 10.9 per cent higher, on average, than wages in the private sector.
The French health-care system features several safety nets to protect vulnerable patients.
The province's lagging underscores the need for pro-growth policy reform.
The Canada Health Act severely limits the ability of provinces to innovate and experiment with health-care policy.
Empirical evidence should help drive decisions about resource allocation.
Crime severity is positively and significantly related to police officers per 100,000.
Windsor, Thunder Bay, Brantford and Sudbury have the highest crime severity in the province.
Canada ranked last on access to specialist visits in under four weeks.
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