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  • Imagine a Winnipeg...2018 Alternative Municipal Budget

    18 juin 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    Climate change; stagnant global economic growth; political polarization; growing inequality. Our city finds itself dealing with all these issues, and more at once. The 2018 Alternative Municipal Budget (AMB) is a community response that shows how the city can deal with all these issues and (...)
  • Why would a boom town need charity ? Inequities in Saskatchewan’s oil boom and bust

    24 mai 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    When we think of a “boomtown,” we often imagine a formerly sleepy rural town suddenly awash in wealth and economic expansion. It might surprise some to learn that for many municipalities in oil-producing regions in Saskatchewan, the costs of servicing the oil boom can outweigh the benefits. A (...)
  • CCPA&#039 ;s National Office has moved !

    11 mai 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    The week of May 1st, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' National Office moved to 141 Laurier Ave W, Suite 1000, Ottawa ON, K1P 5J2. Please note that our phone, fax and general e-mail will remain the same: Telephone: 613-563-1341 | Fax: 613-233-1458 | Email: (...)
  • The 2018 Living Wage for Metro Vancouver

    25 avril 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    The cost of raising a family in British Columbia increased slightly from 2017 to 2018. A $20.91 hourly wage is needed to cover the costs of raising a family in Metro Vancouver, up from $20.61 per hour in 2017 due to soaring housing costs. This is the hourly wage that two working parents with (...)
  • What are Canada’s energy options in a carbon-constrained world ?

    19 avril 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    Canada faces some very difficult choices in maintaining energy security while meeting emissions reduction targets. A new study by veteran earth scientist David Hughes—published through the Corporate Mapping Project, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Parkland Institute—is a (...)
  • Mobility pricing must be fair and equitable for all

    13 avril 2018, par Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
    As Metro Vancouver’s population has grown, so have its traffic congestion problems. Whether it’s a long wait to cross a bridge or get on a bus, everyone can relate to the additional time and stress caused by a transportation system under strain. Mobility pricing is seen as a solution to Metro (...)

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