SecondStreet.org released ground-breaking research today that shows there were 1,480 surgeries that were cancelled in 2018-19 as the patient had passed away.
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SecondStreet.org poll finds a majority of Canadians support some level of increased educational choices for parents and many are concerned about the direction of the school system …
Canadian think tank SecondStreet.org released today a policy brief that examines how much government-run hospital cafeterias, restaurants and food kiosks are losing.
SecondStreet.org report examines when the last time was the federal government, provincial governments and 13 major cities cut employee pay…
Our new policy brief shows Canada’s health care system is ill-equipped to fight a COVID-19 resurgence or an even stronger pandemic. The report also examines five health care systems in other countries that provide better services for a lower cost.
New Canadian think tank SecondStreet.org updated its list of stalled or cancelled major natural resource projects today following the Supreme Court’s rejection of an appeal for the proposed $1.5 billion New Prosperity Mine in British Columbia.
New Canadian think tank SecondStreet.org released public opinion research today that shows a majority of Canadians support continuing to keep relaxed red tape measures permanent – continue to allow doctors to videoconference with patients, continue to allow restaurants to deliver alcohol with meals and other measures.
New Canadian think tank SecondStreet.org released public opinion research today that shows a majority of Canadians don’t have the same views towards the oil and gas sector that anti-oil environmental protestors often advocate.
As part of SecondStreet.org’s ongoing research into health care, we contracted Nanos Research to conduct some public opinion research. This policy brief summarizes the results of six health care questions that we posed to the public
SecondStreet.org released today a running listing of various rules and regulations that government bodies in Canada have been relaxing to help people and businesses cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.