Transportation Equity & the Low Income Bus Pass

Presentation to the City of Winnipeg Council Molly McCracken, Director, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba October 24, 2019 The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is a non-profit charitable research institute active Nationally since 1980 and in …

Canadian Premium Sand Frac Sand Mining Project About to Hit Financial Wall

By Don Sullivan

UNSPUN 2019: Green New Deal Not Reflected in Provincial Party Platforms – Yet

By Molly McCracken

UNSPUN 2019: What About the Environment?

By Heather Fast and Glen Koroluk

Changes in practices necessary, if serious about reconciliation

By Anne Lindsey Offer money to leaders in a cash-poor community to gain support for a resource extraction project. Publicly shun and disenfranchise individuals who don’t agree. Deceive people into signing their support without full information. Divide the …

Green New Deal Needed in Canada Too

By Hannah Muhajarine First it was 44 million, then 66 million and now 78 million tonnes of C02: every year Environment Canada increases the amount by which Canada is projected to miss its Paris Agreement target [i]. “Transitions …

Inconsistent Information For Environmental Review: Frac Sand Mining in Manitoba

By Don Sullivan Update from “What the Frack is Happening in Manitoba” Nov. 22, 2018 https://policyfix.ca/2018/11/22/what-the-frack-is-happening-in-manitoba/ The corporation proposing a major mining operation on the shores of Lake Winnipeg is not providing accurate and timely information. This is …

State of the Manitoba Economy: Assessing the Real Challenges

By Lynne Fernandez First published in the Winnipeg Free Press December 18, 2018 As reported in the Free Press,  Brian Pallister is “fixing the province’s finances”, with what he calls small, gradual funding cuts. Two questions arise from …

What the Frack is Happening In Manitoba?

By Don Sullivan Manitoba is poised to be a major Canadian player in providing large quantities of silica sand used in hydraulic fracking by the oil and gas industry. This presents major risks that should be fully explored …

How to make a low income bus pass work

By Ellen Smirl A year after announcing a 25-cent a trip fare increase, mayoral candidate Brian Bowman has promised to create a low-income transit pass if he is re-elected mayor on October 24th. This is great news because …