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The Debate about M茅tis Aboriginal Rights鈥擠emography, Geography, and History finds that, due to the ambiguity regarding who is鈥攐r isn鈥檛鈥擬茅tis, and what constitutes M茅tis land, current negotiations between Ottawa and several M茅tis associations may create more problems than they will solve.
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Canada鈥檚 Past Fiscal Leaders Are Now Fiscal Laggards: An Analysis of 2017 Provincial Budgets finds that Ontario and Alberta, which once boasted of having strong fiscal records, are now among the country鈥檚 most unsuccessful financial managers. And Quebec and Saskatchewan, which have both struggled in the past as weak fiscal performers, are now pursuing policies that are gradually improving the condition of their public finances.
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Education Spending and Public Student Enrolment in Canada, 2017 finds that per-student spending in public schools increased in every province over the past decade (2004/05 to 2014/15), and across Canada, the average increase was 22.3 per cent (adjusted for inflation). In fact, education spending nationwide increased more than $17 billion, even though public school enrolment declined by 3.0 per cent over the same period.
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Public school spending increased $17.5 billion over past ten years across Canada鈥攎ainly for teacher and staff salaries, benefits and pensions
Understanding the Increases in Education Spending in Public Schools in Canada, 2017 finds that public school spending across Canada increased by $17.5 billion over the past decade (2004/05 to 2014/15) and nearly eight out of every 10 dollars of increased funding was spent on teacher and staff compensation, including salaries, benefits and pensions.
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Provincial labour markets in Canada performing poorly compared to U.S.; trailing in job growth
Measuring Labour Markets in Canada and the United States, 2017 finds that, overall, Canadian labour markets are being outperformed by their American counterparts with all but two Canadian provinces鈥擲askatchewan (15th) and B.C. (17th)鈥攔anked in the bottom half of the 60 jurisdictions on the index.
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Political and policy uncertainty in B.C. threatens investment and economic prosperity
Measuring the Impact of the 2017 Election on Uncertainty in British Columbia finds that the tenuous nature of the recent provincial election in British Columbia has increased political and policy uncertainty to the highest levels since 2009, which could drive away business investment and slow the economy.
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Sensational headlines about economic growth breed complacency
Niels Veldhuis, Jason Clemens
Appeared in the Financial Post, September 7, 2017
Canada鈥檚 economy has grown at or above 1 per cent in 18 different quarters since 2000.
Ontario鈥檚 new energy efficiency programs鈥攈igh cost, little benefit
Kenneth P. Green, Ashley Stedman
Appeared in the Toronto Sun, September 6, 2017
Ontario鈥檚 electricity prices increased 71 per cent from 2008 to 2016.
Despite overheated claims, Alberta public schools are not under-funded
Angela MacLeod, Joel Emes
Appeared in the Calgary Sun, September 6, 2017
Spending on public schools in Alberta increased 59.7 per cent.
Spending on B.C. public schools up despite dwindling enrolment
Angela MacLeod, Joel Emes
Appeared in the Vancouver Province, September 6, 2017
Public school enrolment in B.C. fell 9.1 per cent between 2005/06 and 2014/15.
Per student spending in Ontario up more than 23%, despite claims to the contrary
Angela MacLeod, Joel Emes
Appeared in the Ottawa Sun, September 6, 2017
Ontario spent $26.6 billion on public schools in 2014/15.
Ontarians need real reforms that will actually reduce electricity prices
Kenneth P. Green, Ross McKitrick
Those smart thermostats won't be free鈥攖axpayers will foot the bill.
Canadian workers have little to celebrate this Labour Day
Charles Lammam, Hugh MacIntyre
Appeared in the Globe and Mail, September 1, 2017
Canada鈥檚 average annual total job-growth rate was less than half the U.S. rate.
Canadians must know how much total tax they pay to assess whether they get good value
Charles Lammam
Since 1961, the average Canadian family has seen their taxes increase 157.6 per cent.
Alberta was once the land of opportunity鈥攏ot so much any more
Charles Lammam, Hugh MacIntyre
Appeared in the Edmonton Journal, August 31, 2017
Over the past three years, Alberta鈥檚 average annual total job growth was a meagre 0.6 per cent.
Ontario workers have little to celebrate this Labour Day
Charles Lammam, Hugh MacIntyre
Appeared in the Toronto Sun, August 31, 2017
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Appeared in the Ottawa Sun, August 30, 2017
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