Au Québec, nombreux sont ceux qui demandent une réforme majeure du système de santé. Le temps est venu de répondre à ces appels et de faire de notre système monopolistique un réseau mixte.
The Quebec government, through Health Minister Christian Dubé, will soon present its plan to overhaul the health care system. The MEI is proud to unveil this major study by economist Maria Lily Shaw on the best practices of the health care systems of Sweden and the United Kingdom—two examples that Quebec should follow if it really wants its reforms to be successful.
The Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) was pleased to invite you to a webinar with Maria Lily Shaw, Economist at the MEI, on March 29, from noon to 1 pm.
The Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) was pleased to invite you to a webinar with Maria Lily Shaw, Economist at the MEI, on March 30, from noon to 1 pm.
Cent ans plus tard, les Québécois sont mûrs pour choisir la bannière qu’ils désirent encourager lors de l’achat d’alcool.
Now that municipal elections are here, one essential debate is conspicuous by its absence: the administration of public safety.
By refusing to open up a debate about the structure of the police in the province, the Quebec government is missing an opportunity to innovate and improve the effectiveness of our police, all while reducing costs.
Provincial governments in Ontario and across Canada should follow the example of states in the U.S. that have in the past year delivered the wider access to school choice that families want for their children.
It does not make sense, especially now with public finances under pressure, to keep asking police to do things that can be done for less money by private sector civilians.
April 11, 2019 | 7 min. 02 sec. | Nathalie le midi (BLVD-FM) Interview (in French) with Patrick Déry, Senior Public Policy […]