Obama re-election, Congressional dysfunction pose risk to Canada’s economy

Obama re-election, Congressional dysfunction pose risk to Canada’s economyJanuary 18, 2013 By Jason Clemens and Alexander Moens The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, BC, Jan. 18, 2013/ Troy Media/ - Many Canadians will be revelling in U.S. President Barack Obama's inauguration next Monday. Polls showed that Canadians overwhelmingly supported Obama's re-election. However, despite such enthusiasm, Obama's re-election coupled with a divided Congress poses real risks…

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reserves

For most of Canada's Aboriginal population, life is better away from the reserve

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reservesJanuary 14, 2013 CALGARY, AB, Jan. 14, 2013/ Troy Media/ - With all the attention paid to the Idle No More movement and the off-again on-again talks between some native chiefs and the Prime Minister, one basic fact about Aboriginal life in Canada has been forgotten: Most aboriginals do not live on reserve and seem…

Public health care is an economic asset

Public health care is an economic assetJanuary 4, 2013 CALGARY, AB, Jan. 4, 2013/ Troy Media/ - The road to reviving Canada's sluggish productivity may lead straight to an emergency department, or an operating room, or even an immunization clinic. Sound implausible? Only if you consider public health care from the tired and usual point of view - which is that…
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