In his article published in the Ottawa Sun, Monte Solberg argues that government spending on social programs is an inefficient method of addressing poverty because they encourage laziness.
New study reveals people living in poverty in the Great Lakes basin may be experiencing an increased burden of high air pollution from industrial facilities in their communities.
The cost of poverty in Ontario is a minimum of $32 billion, and possibly as high as $38 billion per year.
In Canada’s most expensive urban area, Ontario’s minimum wage falls far short of what families need for a decent standard of living.
People from all walks of life struggle with addictions to both behaviours and substances, and few people know this better than Vancouver physician Dr. Gabor Mate.