As news outlets struggle to survive, the obvious solution is public funding
For the first time, a Canadian auditor general has questioned the fundamental methodology that justifies public-private partnerships.
A child care centre in Ottawa declared bankruptcy on Friday, unable to cope with financial problems that started when the federal government unilaterally cancelled its rent subsidy.
Years of starts, shifts and cuts, add up to inadequate public funding and ineffectual provincial policy by successive governments. It's time for this situation to end.
Premier Christy Clark has introduced activity-based funding to hospitals in B.C. despite evidence from other countries that this kind of model neither saves costs nor reduces waiting lists.
Education needs to be accessible for all Canadians and therefore needs help from public funding and reduction of tuition fees.
We speak with Nora Loreto about the Liberal tuition rebate, how the majority of students in Ontario don't qualify, the need for greater public funding of post-secondary education, and more.
As the Cohen inquiry unfolds, the importance of more research is highlighted. But policy shifts make the future of genetics expert Dr. Kristi Miller's work uncertain.
Of each dollar that is paid in taxes, only eight cents reaches municipalities. This means city councils are scrambling for money to complete essential infrastructure projects.
A ministry press release accuses the VSB of financial mismanagement, the Board says it's simply trying to provided needed services for schoolchildren.