To restore 2003-04 levels of housing affordability, we would need to see 2.75-million homes built by 2030—not even a decade away. Here’s how to make that happen.
Research shows that independent schools—most of which are religious—are considerably more likely to enhance the civic capabilities of young people and lead to a more civically integrated and politically engaged public.
Having the right people in the right roles is essential to building a credible, consistent, and constructive policy agenda.
How a system functions has more to do with how its governed than with the policy ideas in play. Implementation failure, constraints, and incentives all fall under the larger umbrella of governance.
Canada’s harm reduction strategy to battle drug overdoses is a failure. Casualties continue to climb. The enemy is winning. It’s getting worse and there’s no end in sight.
‘I don’t think people recognize the importance of policy’: Donner Prize nominees are a cross-section of Canadian policy problems
To André Picard, the Globe and Mail’s health care columnist and Donner Prize nominee, public policy is the scaffolding around our lives.
Health care in Canada is a ‘mess’: Journalist André Picard on fixing the system and improving the lives of our elders
The Globe and Mail’s health care columnist André Picard drops by Hub DIalogues to discuss his important new book on the ways our health system is failing and the improvements we should make to elder care in Canada.
The miraculous COVID-19 vaccines would not have been possible without the work and innovation of Big Pharma companies. How, then, should we deal with their profiteering tendencies?
Educational pluralism is on the rise in Canada as more independent schools are opening and more families are choosing them.
The Canada Strong and Free conference highlights the intellectual renewal and reinvigorated debate happening in Canada’s conservative movement.