Emerging cyber security threats require increased vigilance

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FRASER INSTITUTE: Cyber security requires Canadian/US cooperation

Fraser Institute spotlights Ontario’s fastest improving elementary schools

180 elementary schools showed significant improvement over the past five years

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180 elementary schools showed significant improvement in their academic performance over the past five years

Keystone veto all about retaining presidential authority

The only meaningful decision pits one U.S. agency – the EPA – against another – the State Department

Keystone veto all about retaining presidential authority
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GREEN: The only meaningful decision pits one U.S. agency – the EPA – against another – the State Department

Compensation in Quebec’s public sector outpaces private sector

As Quebec struggles to balance its budget, better control of spending is needed

Compensation in Quebec’s public sector outpaces private sector
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LAMMAM and CROSS: As Quebec struggles to balance its budget, better control of spending is needed

Western weakness won’t help Ontario’s budget woes

A decline in equalization payments will make meeting its deficit target even more difficult to achieve

Western weakness won’t help Ontario’s budget woes
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MILKE: A decline in equalization payments will make meeting its deficit target even more difficult to achieve

BC budget isn’t good enough

The government missed an opportunity to build a better economic future for the province

BC budget isn’t good enough
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LAMMAM and PALACIOS: The government missed an opportunity to build a better economic future for the province

Alberta’s 10-year, $49 billion boom in program spending

That's one reason the province is having a hard time balancing its books

Alberta’s 10-year, $49 billion boom in program spending
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MILKE: That’s one reason the province is having a hard time balancing its books

Ontario’s ‘carbon tax’ offers no benefit

Throwing a carbon tax on top of the current pile of regulations does nothing to fix the inherent inefficiency of current regulations

Ontario’s ‘carbon tax’ offers no benefit
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GREEN and MCKITRICK: Throwing a carbon tax on top of the current pile of regulations does nothing to fix the inherent inefficiency of current regulations

Ontario government workers paid more than comparable private-sector workers

Wages only part of an Ontario government worker's total compensation

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FRASER INSTITUTE: Wages only part of an Ontario government worker’s total compensation

Smart reform can fix Alberta’s finances

The upcoming budget is an opportunity for the province to begin changing the way it spends money

Smart reform can fix Alberta’s finances
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LAMMAM and CLEMENS: The upcoming budget is an opportunity for the province to begin changing the way it spends money