New data obtained by SecondStreet.org shows a government-run Tim Hortons in Ontario has racked up $1.7 million in losses…
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Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email Retired Ontario nurse Judy Anderson recently lost her second daughter due to long
Saskatchewan was recently thrust into the national spotlight as Prime Minister Trudeau threatened to reduce funding to the prairie province over its private MRI policy. What’s the problem? Why should Canadians care?
New research based on freedom of information requests includes actual government data on patients dying while waiting for surgery both during the pandemic and in the year leading up to it.
“Earlier this year we asked over 30 health regions and hospitals for data on patients passing away while waiting for surgery, procedures, diagnostic scans and appointments with specialists…”
Second Street.org recently published a column that discusses the issues Canada faces once COVID is under control. If you’d like to learn more, you can download the eBook for free on our home page.
Our Energy Now article discusses Canada’s high unemployment rate and how the federal government intends to “fix” it by borrowing billions of dollars.
Our Financial Post article discusses how Canadians want governments to focus on fighting COVID-19 and getting things back to normal.
Our Sun News post discusses how municipalities should consider how natural gas can help reduce emissions.
SecondStreet.org asked provincial governments across Canada an important health care question: How many surgeries and procedures did you postpone after COVID-19 emerged?