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Whereas the previous editions of the Quebec Municipalities Rankings showed a disturbing upward trend in municipal spending, the trend seems to have slowed in 2014, when the mayors who were newly elected or re-elected […]
Contrary to its claims, the Quebec government does not appear to be making education a real priority. Since the early 2000s, real per capita spending on health and social services has grown five times […]
The Centre for Productivity and Prosperity (CPP) is releasing the seventh edition of its Overview of productivity and prosperity today.
In this year’s edition, the CPP recommends that the Quebec government focus on two levers […]
Despite the extensive financial aid they have received since the late 90s, Quebec companies continue to post lacklustre performance: productivity growth remains weak, the economy is struggling to create jobs, private investment is still […]