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Nurse Practitioners are the Innovative Solution to Healthcare Problems

It was recently national Nurse Practitioner Week, but you would be forgiven if you’ve never heard of Nurse Practitioners. Most Canadians haven’t — and most don’t know their value to our health [...]

Bill C-48 divides Canadians and Betrays the Promise of Confederation

As a member of the Canadian Senate, we’ve heard from thousands of Canadians for and against Bill C-69, an act that promises the modernization of the National Energy Board and the Canadian [...]

Ontario Commits $28.5-Billion for Transit Expansion Plan in GTA

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) voiced its approval for the $28.5 billion in public transit projects announced recently by the Ontario government to help alleviate [...]

A Chance to Level the Playing Field for the Rural Industry

Despite years of federal investment and political hand-wringing, the gulf in broadband availability between Canada’s urban and rural population stubbornly refuses to vanish. The most recent [...]

Feds Miss Chance to Create Stimulus Strategy for Cities

Most Canadian cities will have finalized their budgets by this point in the year. This annual process of city councils determining what gets funded and how reveals a perpetual problem that must [...]

Having what it takes to Achieve Your Goals

Do you find that people set goals based on someone else achieving a similar goal, yet they are not willing to do what it will take to achieve it? For the past two years I have been writing about [...]

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