By Malcolm Bird Canadian economy, Crown Corporations, deficit, economics, Finance Canada, Ministry of Transport, revenue, subsidized
Looking for a new job? Canada Post is looking for a President and Chief Executive Officer. But it’s not a position anyone should consider lightly. The new CEO will face daunting challenges managing Canada Post’s operational, financial and governance deficiencies in this digital age, and will have to do so under close public scrutiny and […]
By Danyaal Raza and Ritika Goel affordable housing, Canada healthcare system, Canadian healthcare, economics, first nations, housing, insufficient funding, Manitoba, Patient safety
When you’re feeling unwell, whether from a minor cold or a devastating terminal illness, the feeling of home, the desire for a safe and comfortable place to rest and recuperate, is a universal one. But what if your home itself is a source of stress and illness?
By Brian Postl and Pierre-Gerlier Forest business plans, economics, first nations, Manitoba, Treaty
The health of Canada’s indigenous people lags substantially behind other Canadians – and the tragic reality is well documented. Sadly, the data regarding poor health status for indigenous populations shows us this is true across all major illnesses and across all age groups.
By James Wilson business plans, economics, first nations, Manitoba, Treaty
Moving Manitoba’s Indigenous peoples from the liability to asset column was a topic that consumed some of Manitoba’s most innovative First Nations and mainstream business minds during a two-day ‘design-thinking boot camp’ recently.