AIMS Fellow in Public Policy Reform Angus McBeath has been a hit in two dozen communities around North America. His message for reforming public education has hit a note with State Governors, Ministers of Education, board chairs, parents, teachers and students. Learn more about the Angus McBeath North American Tour and its impact in this edition of The Beacon.
AIMS focused attention on the catastrophic gap in prescription drug coverage in Atlantic Canada at its conference “When Tea and Sympathy are not enough.” A summary of the event was distributed to every health minister and deputy in the country, as well as, doctor, nurse and hospital associations. This Beacon provides more detail on the impact of the event.
And Atlantica goes to Ottawa. At the invitation of the Senate Standing Committee, AIMS again brought its Atlantica concept to Parliament Hill, explaining it’s not just good for the region, but good for the region.
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