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Canadian Student Review - Winter 2014

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In this issue:

Hate to break it to you Walt, but it’s pretty bad in Canada too
Bacchus Barua
A discussion on timely access to Canada’s “free” health care.

The Video Gallery—Ask the Expert Webinar
Watch Ravina Bains, Associate Director of the Fraser Institute’s Centre for Aboriginal Policy Studies, talk bout Aboriginal prosperity and energy development.

A Canadian perspective on the “War on Drugs” and drug policy reform
Jasmine McEachern
The Student Essay Contest 1st place winner.

The Quote Wall
Murray Rothbard on economic awareness.

War on two fronts: The global convergence of terrorism and narcotics trafficking
Nikesh Trecarten
The Student Essay Contest 2nd place winner.

The Book Corner
William Easterly
The White Man’s Burden: Why the West’s Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good.

Pensions and governments both hurting from Canada’s inability to ship oil to market
Kenneth P. Green
In the face of expanding production and pipeline bottlenecks, more oil is moving by rail in Canada, but there are risks involved with this.

Hot Topics
What’s new from the Institute: Federal transfer payments and new assessments of poverty in Canada.

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