Ontario and B.C. have new housing plans. And while advocates say Eby and Ford are taking a step in the right direction, they also insist many problems still remain.
An estimated quarter of Greater Victoria’s nearly 400,000 residents did not have a family doctor in February. In April, the wait times to see a doctor at a walk-in were the highest in Canada, at 161 minutes.
Canada’s health-care system that appears to be in meltdown. How the provinces solve this problem, if they solve it, could set the course for Canadian health care for decades to come.
Despite the current furor over the issue, Ford’s government will maintain good relations with construction unions as long as the PCs keep building, experts say.
The 40th anniversary of the launch of the Macdonald Commission finds us once again in the midst of an “upset the apple cart” period of economic, geopolitical, and intellectual disruption. Now, we need a revitalized policymaking direction and a new sense of national purpose.
What do the American mid-terms mean for Canada? Christopher Sands breaks down the bilateral implications of the elections
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Christopher Sands, director of the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute and adjunct professor of Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University, discussing the mid-term elections in the United States and their implications for Canada-U.S. relations.
The experience of the pandemic has required some updating to libertarian priors about how much people are willing to sacrifice to help each other. But that doesn’t mean we need to abandon libertarian principles altogether.
Someone, at the end of the day, needs to pay for community infrastructure. Multiple levels of government share costs on many other infrastructure projects. Why should housing be any different?
The aftermath of Liz Truss’s disastrous mini-budget in the U.K. has cast a shadow over Canadian fiscal and monetary policy.
The U.K. Tories will now scramble to find a new leader and prime minister after weeks of turmoil in the markets provoked by a “mini-budget” introduced by the Truss government. We asked some experts and Hub employees to tell us what it all means.