If governments rely on flawed models, they may overlook policies that could actually mitigate the consequences of our changing climate.
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The government projects a budget deficit of $21.5 billion for 2021-22.
Canada ranked 25th out of 26 countries for the number of acute care beds.
Several major cities including Windsor and Thunder Bay experienced a rate of job creation below the national average.
Students in the province have missed at least 21 weeks of in-class learning in less than two years.
Drug developers are more likely to invest in research and development if prices for their medicines are high.
Three of the province's CMAs experienced employment growth at less than half the national average.
The proportion of Albertans age 65 and over will reach 18.8 per cent by 2040.
Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland require the most policy action to correct their unsustainable fiscal trajectories.
In the Maritimes, a larger share of provincial revenue comes from Ottawa than in any of the other provinces.
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