Ninety-nine per cent of pipeline occurrences from 2003 to 2013 didn’t damage the environment.
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The 21st century art world is more democratic than even the Dutch Republic could have imagined.
The stagnating growth of U.S. merchandise imports from Canada is cause for concern.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall’s call for changes to Canada’s system of equalization makes an overview of that system timely.
Despite headlines about poverty and low graduation rates, some First Nations communities in Canada are experiencing success.
Today, democracies share hardly any values with a revanchist Russia and the emergent hegemon in China, and no values with radical Islamists.
Canadians with lower incomes already have access to comprehensive drug coverage. So why are some calling for a national drug program?
Five years after the passage of Obamacare, the results suggest that re-thinking the specifics of the Obamacare reforms, and any potential additional reforms, will be needed.
The obvious strong influence of the environmental lobby on the policy positions of Democrat office-holders poses a huge hurdle for future North American energy integration through initiatives such as cross-border pipelines.
Media reports often imply that spending on public elementary and secondary schools in Canada is dropping. But is this actually the case?
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