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If provinces and states are too big (or too small) it’s a problem

Ontario is roughly three times larger than both B.C. and Alberta.


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Understanding universal health care: Cost-Sharing for Patients in Belgium, Part 2

Outpatient pharmaceuticals in Belgium are usually partially reimbursed through a third-party payer scheme.


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Bank of Canada must stay aggressive to tame inflation

Ottawa is spending nearly one-third more than it was in 2019 before the pandemic.


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COVID fallout—a provincial breakdown of the numbers

For the 2020 to 2022 period, the average annual GDP growth rate was highest in B.C. at more than 2 per cent.


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Nobel Prize awarded to supporters of central banking

Bernanke chose to pay interest on bank reserves, which caused banks to hold onto reserves rather than lend them out.


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British Columbia faces several daunting fiscal challenges

Payroll costs across the provincial government sector are poised to increase sharply.


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Government revenue during COVID—expected massive collapse never happened

In 2021/22, federal personal income tax revenue grew by 6.2 per cent.


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Canada Child Benefit favours middle- and upper-income Canadians

Under the CCB, the share of total child benefit spending for families with incomes under $60,000 declined from 42.9 per cent to 29.7 per cent.


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Employment levels during COVID—some provinces fared better than others

B.C., Nova Scotia and Alberta experienced the strongest employment rebounds during the pandemic.


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