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Is a Spring 2021 Federal Election on the Horizon?

Is a Spring 2021 Federal Election on the Horizon?

The House of Commons has returned from its holiday break for its January to June spring sitting.  The political landscape increasingly suggests that a spring election may be in the offing as the governing Liberals will at some point have to try and find a way to move their minority position back to a majority… Continue Reading Is a Spring 2021 Federal Election on the Horizon?

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Relief to Recovery – Freeland releases first Fall Economic Statement

Relief to Recovery – Freeland releases first Fall Economic Statement

Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland’s first Fall Economic Statement (FES) represented the federal government’s second move to shift from short-term COVID relief to a longer-term plan for Canada’s post-pandemic recovery. The first move was September’s Speech from the Throne and the next in this… Continue Reading Relief to Recovery – Freeland releases first Fall Economic Statement

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Public Health in The Public Eye: Motivating Sustained Investment

Public Health in The Public Eye: Motivating Sustained Investment

The COVID-19 pandemic has granted unprecedented attention on public health and some of its various important and interdependent parts that, arguably, under normal circumstances, work quietly behind the scenes without much visibility to most Canadians. In this paper, StrategyCorp Senior Advisor and population health knowledge translation expert… Continue Reading Public Health in The Public Eye: Motivating Sustained Investment

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BC Voters Elect Wide New Democrat Majority

BC Voters Elect Wide New Democrat Majority

British Columbians went to the polls yesterday in Canada’s second COVID-era election. After a contentious start to the election with those in opposition questing the need, voters gave Premier John Horgan the majority government he was seeking. Having garnered the public support of the previous Green Party… Continue Reading BC Voters Elect Wide New Democrat Majority

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