Don Drummond is Matthews Fellow in Global Public Policy, Queen's University, and was co-chair, along with Bob Watts, of the 2011 Conference on Indigenous Post-Secondary Education.

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An economics perspective on Canadian immigration

Immigration can satisfy many objectives. Here we only focus on the economic one. From that perspective, there is significant evidence suggesting that, at least from an economic perspective, Canada's immigration system is not working as …

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What a tangled web we weave

Debating fiscal federalism is all the rage these days. In part this is because the new federal Conservative government has promised to fix the federal- provincial ”œfiscal imbalance.” It is not exactly clear, howev- er, …

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What colleges and universities can do

One of the most effective ways to address the difficult economic and social conditions facing Canada's Aboriginal people is to ensure that more of them are able to get a good education. The most pressing need …

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