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John Myles looks at Tax is Not a Four-Letter Word: A Different Take on Taxes in Canada
François Dupeyron’s very personal and haunting 2002 film The Officers’ Ward addresses the horrors of war and the damages that are inflicted on the human spirit
A century later, the First World War remains embedded in our imaginations
Is euthanasia a form of medical care?
An introduction to the poverty feature section of issue 34
Jeffrey Oberman explains how the internet has doomed the CRTC’s policy of limiting access to non-Canadian content on TV
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Susan Altschul reviews two recent books promoting the advancement of women in the business world as an occasion to reflect on 50 years of women’s attempts to “have it all”
While the policy case for child benefits is strong, our current way of delivering child benefits in Canada is broken and needs to be reset
Henry Milner finds that Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett are on the right track in drawing a correlation between greater equality and favourable social outcomes, but they miss the policy choices
Is Montreal different, and if so, why?
A key event for the Quebec Liberal Party and its renewal is a members’ convention scheduled for March 7–9, 2008, in Quebec City. [From Inroads 22, 2008]
The streetcar city may have been the best way human beings have found to build aspirational urban fabric. Adjusted for our times, the pre-Motordom city can serve as the model for the post-Motordom city. [From Inroads 30, 2012]