Public schools in Atlantic Canada infected with ‘cost disease’

Rethinking the way education is funded and administered long overdue

Public schools in Atlantic Canada infected with ‘cost disease’By Rodney Clifton Frontier Centre for Public Policy and Ben Eisen Atlantic Institute for Market Studies HALIFAX, NS, and WINNIPEG, MB, Mar 21, 2014/ Troy Media/ - Education costs are growing across Atlantic Canada, and there is little evidence that the rapidly increasing spending produces better outcomes for students. Policy reforms that bring more consumer…

Canada’s energy advantage

Environmental groups fail to grasp the importance of the Energy East pipeline to both Canada and world economic stability

Canada’s energy advantageEDMONTON, AB, Mar 20, 2014/ Troy Media/ - The Council of Canadians, Ecology Action Centre, Environmental Defence and Equiterre recently released a study on the impact of the Energy East pipeline. They argued that only 122,000 barrels per day of the total 1.1 million barrel per day pipeline capacity would be used domestically and concluded…

Mario Charlebois vs New Brunswick

Another example of Canada's "abysmal" court system

Mario Charlebois vs New BrunswickMONCTON, NB, Jan 13, 2014/ Troy Media/ - If you have lived in New Brunswick for the last 15 years you know who Mario Charlebois is. A businessman by trade, Charlebois has become the most visible advocate for linguistic rights in New Brunswick. His numerous lawsuits against the province and various municipalities have established much…
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