Three reasons why our hospitals are overcrowded (Fraser Institute)

A damning investigation by CBC News recently revealed that “hallway medicine” is now the norm in Ontario. Almost 50 per cent of hospitals in the province regularly operate beyond capacity, with patients accommodated in unconventional spaces including corridors, meeting rooms and even a kitchenette.

https://www.fraserinstitute.org/article/three-reasons-why-our-hospitals-are-overcrowded

Bacchus Barua

G7 growth talk obscures poor income growth among Canadians (Fraser Institute)

Recent forecasts, including from the International Monetary Fund, suggest Canada may compete with the United States for the top spot in the G7 in 2020 for economic growth.

https://www.fraserinstitute.org/article/g7-growth-talk-obscures-poor-income-growth-among-canadians

Ben EisenFinn Poschmann

Frontier mine decision make-or-break moment for Canada’s natural resource sector (Fraser Institute)

On Monday, amid mounting pressure from Alberta and other stakeholders, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the Trudeau cabinet was still engaged in a “robust” discussion about the Frontier mine, a $20 billion Alberta oilsands proposal by Teck Resources Limited, a natural resource company headquartered in Vancouver. Morneau also refused to say when the decision (originally scheduled for some time in February) would be announced, fuelling speculation of an extended deadline.

https://www.fraserinstitute.org/article/frontier-mine-decision-make-or-break-moment-for-canadas-natural-resource-sector

Ashley StedmanElmira Aliakbari