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Our politicians must pledge to support the 6% Solution

In September, SickKids Hospital in Toronto launched a partnership with Airbnb to highlight the need for more space. SickKids and Airbnb have created a replica…

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Save Newfoundland and Labrador Now

The numbers aren’t good for Newfoundland and Labrador. The province’s real debt is over $27 billion, when you include the debt of its public utility,…

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Our leaders' debate must include health care

The upcoming federal election involves many issues of concern to Canadians, but none is greater than health care. According to recent Ipsos polling it is…

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Health care must be on the agenda

Canada’s Medicare system was created to provide universal health care for all Canadians, regardless of where they lived, or their ability to pay. It is…

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Our politicians must pledge to adopt the 6% solution this election

Imagine a bleak Saturday night in March in downtown Toronto, when flu season is at its height – and if this year’s flu season in…

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Where did government go wrong?

Spending increases on healthcare have fallen short of inflation and population growth since 2010, according to the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). At the…

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The Disaster Facing Newfoundland

Newfoundland and Labrador will go bankrupt and all of Canada will suffer unless serious action is taken. The reality is the size of Newfoundland’s real…

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