June 23, 2015 | Sunil Johal, Thomas Granofsky
There is strong evidence that effective childcare policies boost employment, reduce gender inequality and promote child development, particularly for struggling families. Despite this value proposition, and with some exceptions, governments in Canada have not invested significantly nor paid serious policy attention to childcare.
June 2, 2015 | Lindsay Handren
While Canadians have universal access to public insurance that covers hospital and medical care, there is no universal public coverage for the drugs that doctors might prescribe as part of treatment. Canada is the only country with universal health care coverage that excludes coverage for prescription drugs.