By Paul Bennett (AIMS Author) The Chronicle Herald, 22 November 2018 This is part of a series on education in the Halifax Regional Municipality: When it comes to finding out how public schools are performing, it is difficult to get straight answers. Senior district staff publish individual school results, but avoid comparing schools, claiming it [...]
By Paul Bennett (AIMS Author) The Chronicle Herald, 20 November 2018 This is part of a series on education in the Halifax Regional Municipality: Where you live can influence greatly the educational outcomes of your children. Some education observers go so far as to say: “The quality of education is determined by your postal code.” [...]
Where does your school rank? Paul Bennett (AIMS Fellow/Author) from Schoolhouse Consulting discusses his latest paper from AIMS with Rick Howe, set to release this coming week.
By Sylvain Charlebois (AIMS Senior Fellow) Calgary Business, 21 November 2018 Some Canadians detest going to the grocery store. It’s repetitive, tiring, and quite unpleasant at times, especially when the store is busy. Picking up groceries and lugging them back home is work, something most would rather avoid. On the other hand, many of us [...]
By Michael Zwaagstra (AIMS Research Fellow) Last year, Newfoundland and Labrador’s government published a roadmap to better government in the future, with the title The Way Forward. This ambitious plan outlines how the government plans to modernize the public sector, build its economy for a sustainable future, and improve educational outcomes. Earlier this year, the provincial [...]
AIMS President Navarro-Génie joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show to discuss the latest article released on the charter school system, misconceptions regarding the system in Canada, and educational choice that can benefit Canadian parents and children alike.
By Sylvain Charlebois (AIMS Senior Fellow) Apparently, Canada is going meatless, unless you are a white older male, that is. Well, that may be a slight exaggeration, as many Canadians still need a regular meat fix. In fact, many see meat consumption as one of the pleasures in life, as well as a necessary part [...]
OTTAWA, Nov. 1, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - The One Country, One Market national conference on free trade in Canada is being held today in Ottawa at the Shaw Centre. Numerous political figures, representing various industries and universities, will take part in this important discussion for the economic future of the country. The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs and Internal [...]