Our latest policy brief examines 23 ways in which government policies across Canada are actively increasing carbon emissions.
Category: Policy Brief
SecondStreet.org recently surveyed Canadians who came from socialist and communist countries to learn more about their experiences.
Our new policy brief discusses how Canada can stop funding Russia’s war machine by producing and exporting our own oil and gas.
SecondStreet.org examines government data on patients dying while waiting for surgeries, diagnostic scans and other medical procedures in 2020-21.
A November 2021 poll commissioned by think tank SecondStreet.org examines what Canadians think of three health reform options.
New research by think tank SecondStreet.org highlights 25 innovative examples of entrepreneurs developing new ways to reduce carbon dioxide usage or repurpose the gas into useful products.
New research by think tank SecondStreet.org shows that while many businesses have reduced pay since the pandemic began, pay reductions have been non-existent in government.
This policy brief summarizes SecondStreet.org’s research into patients dying while waiting for surgery and other medical appointments (June 2021 edition).
This policy brief includes public opinion research on COVID-19, climate change and natural resource issues
In late 2020, the Government of Canada announced the carbon tax would rise from $30 per ton to $170 per ton by 2030. SecondStreet.org hired market research firm Leger to learn more about how Canadians feel about the proposed tax change.
After COVID-19 emerged in Canada, governments postponed thousands of surgeries and procedures. SecondStreet.org examined the situation more closely.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) and public policy think tank SecondStreet.org examines 10 ways municipal governments could reduce expenditures and property taxes.