Australia generally has more medical resources, lower wait times and comparable health outcomes.
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First Nation sues paper company in B.C. after court opens door for litigation against private parties
With more than 100 per cent of B.C. claimed by First Nations, expect more suits in the future.
Parents and educators make useful comparisons of academic performance among schools.
Ontario electricity prices are rising much faster than inflation and worse than the national electricity costs trend.
On average, food isn’t a big part of the average Canadian’s budget.
Prime Minister Trudeau’s remarks at the World Economic Forum in Davo unfortunately reflect an attitude of discomfort with Canada’s resource economy.
Native people and those struggling in poverty are done a great disservice by DiCaprio and others who trot out tired wrongheaded clichés about capitalism.
Interest payments are Ontario’s fastest growing expense—faster than health and education spending growth
This year, Ontario is projected to run its eighth consecutive budget deficit, which will be approximately $7.5 billion.
Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland all have some type of health-care cost-sharing scheme.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has reiterated her government’s commitment to push ahead with a provincial pension plan.
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