Canadian Student Review: Summer 2015

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In this issue:

Income Inequality:
A Crisis in Canada or a Political Ploy?
by Matthew Lau
Why opportunity and growth, not redistribution, should be the focus of the debate.

The Quote Wall
Hayek on inequality.

The Essential Hayek
An exciting new website featuring video clips and a book that explain Hayek’s top 10 ideas and how they are relevant today.

Profits, Losses, Subsidies, and Guarantees
by Brennan Sorge, featured high school student contributor
How incentives play an important role in business decisions.

The Book Corner
What America’s Decline in Economic Freedom Means for Entrepreneurship and Prosperity
edited by Donald J. Boudreaux

Call for Change in Canada’s Health Care
by Jessica Cao
Major issues of costs and limited access to care.

Tax Freedom Day
The day each year when Canadians start working for themselves instead of the government.

A Reason to Celebrate National Aboriginal Day
by Ravina Bains
A look at the successful Whitecap Dakota First Nations community in Saskatchewan.

Explore Public Policy Issues
Our 2015-2016 line-up of free student seminars across Canada.

Hot Topics
What’s New from the Institute: A look at Alberta’s new government and the rise of homeschooling.

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