Our Sun News post discusses how municipalities should consider how natural gas can help reduce emissions.
Category: Opinion Columns
SecondStreet.org asked provincial governments across Canada an important health care question: How many surgeries and procedures did you postpone after COVID-19 emerged?
What can city halls across Canada do to help with our nation’s economic recovery? Cut spending and cut property taxes.
Our Financial Post column discusses our new ground breaking research that examines government data on patients dying while waiting for surgery.
Colin Craig president at Second Street.org, asked 50 hospitals and health regions in Canada for data on the number of surgeries during the 2018-19 fiscal year that were cancelled as the patient had passed away.
Paige MacPherson exposes Nova Scotia’s deadly secret, hundreds of patients dying on surgery waitlists.
City hall’s pensions are costing taxpayers a small fortune. Colin Craig president of SecondStreet.org and Franco Terrazzano, Alberta director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, investigate this issue.
One solution to address surgical backlogs is to keep a public health system but let private clinics provide services, writes Colin Craig president at Second Street.org
Contributor to Second Street.org, Paige MacPherson discusses what “learning pods” are, how they can help parents and other findings in her new policy brief on K-12 education.
New research by SecondStreet.org found that a pair of hospitals in Canada lost over $353,000 through owning and operating their own Tim Hortons franchises between 2017-19.