A new study from SecondStreet.org shows that governments could potentially improve patients’ health and save taxpayer dollars by trying out a number of different financial incentives for healthy living.
Category: Policy Brief
New data obtained by SecondStreet.org shows that nearly 10,000 Canadian doctors and nurses have active licenses to work in U.S. border states.
New research from SecondStreet.org shows that nearly 2,000 nurses who live in Ontario work in Michigan.
This data, along with survey responses from those nurses, could be helpful to Canadian hospitals and clinics looking to hire more staff.
A new report from SecondStreet.org shows that no provinces are tracking or analyzing patient suffering or worsening conditions due to long medical waitlists.
SecondStreet.org has released its annual Died on a Waiting List report.
We filed Freedom of Information requests with provincial governments to find out how many people died while waiting for a surgery or diagnostic scan.
Unfortunately, the sad trend of more people dying on a waitlist continued this year.
Much of Putin’s war effort is being paid for by Russia’s oil and gas sales to the rest of the world.
Our new policy brief demonstrates how Canada could steal Putin’s customers and help defund his war machine by developing and exporting our own energy.
A new SecondStreet.org poll shows that Canadians are keen for health reform.
We hired Leger to ask Canadians about four different reform options.
The majority of respondents were in favour of each option.
SecondStreet.org research shows that the decision by provincial governments to allow restaurants to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery orders resulted in few violations. This is an example that shows cutting red tape can be helpful, so we should do it more.
For many Canadians, the dream of owning a home is getting tougher to achieve, thanks to very high home prices.
SecondStreet.org looks at some ways the government can make housing more affordable.
This policy brief examines the EU’s cross border directive – a policy that reimburses patients when they pay for surgery in other EU countries.
Our latest policy brief examines 23 ways in which government policies across Canada are actively increasing carbon emissions.
SecondStreet.org recently surveyed Canadians who came from socialist and communist countries to learn more about their experiences.