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Parisa Mahboubi - Regional unemployment points to the need for reforms in Employment Insurance
January 22, 2019
From: Parisa Mahboubi To: Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment and Social Development Date: January 22, 2019 Re: Regional unemployment points to the need for reforms in Employment Insurance Canada’s...
The American economy is adrift - Globe and Mail Op-Ed
January 21, 2019
The American economy is adrift, like a huge sailing ship. When tides are high and winds are favourable, it can be headed in the right direction. But when conditions darken, the U.S. economy will have...
Will Falk - Hallway Medicine and Value-based Funding
January 21, 2019
From:  Will Falk To:  Christine Elliott, Ontario Minister of Health Date: January 21, 2019 Re: Hallway Medicine and Value-based Funding Talk of hallway medicine has drawn an image of people...
Ambler, Kronick - Central Bank Independence Remains Important
January 18, 2019
From: Steve Ambler and Jeremy Kronick To: Concerned Canadians Date: January 18, 2019 Re: Central Bank Independence Remains Important Central bank independence is under increasing attack in several...
EI eligibility requirements need to be reconsidered with part-timers in mind - Globe and Mail Op-Ed
January 17, 2019
Canada’s unemployment rate remained at its lowest recorded level at the end of 2018, but it does not reveal the whole story. Although a low unemployment rate points to a strong labour market...
Doug Ford can end ‘hallway medicine’ by letting health-care providers actually compete - Financial Post Op-Ed
January 17, 2019
Ontario Premier Doug Ford uses the term “hallway medicine” to describe the overcrowding in hospitals, with patients languishing outside for want of beds. The image creates a potent picture of people...

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