Canadian Student Review: Spring 2018

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In this issue:

The Competition for Our Time between Entertainment and Labour
by Brennan Sorge
Read the newest article from our student contributor.

Women and Progress: The Impact of Economic Freedom and Women’s Well-Being
This video highlights the impact economic freedom has on women’s well-being.

Back on Track: How the Federal Liberals Can Deliver Their Promised Balanced Budget by 2019/20
This recent infographic shows how little the federal Liberal government would have to adjust its spending to fulfill its electoral promise of a balanced budget.

Counterfeit Drug Trade Poses Increasing Danger to Canadian Patients
by Kristina M.L. Acri, Née Lybecker
Senior fellow Kristina Acri discusses the counterfeit drug trade and what it means for Canadian patients.

A quote from Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman.

Crime Rates and Police Numbers in Canada Have Both Dropped
by Livio Di Matteo
This blog post comments on the drop in both the crime rate and the number of police officers per 100,000 people in Canada.

Room to Grow: Comparing Urban Density in Canada and Abroad
by Josef Filipowicz
A comparison of the density in Canada’s largest cities to that in other major urban centres around the world.

Why the Unemployment Rate is No Longer a Reliable Gauge of Labour Market Performance
by Jason Clemens and Milagros Palacios
A look at whether the unemployment rate in Canada is still an effective measure of labour market performance.

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