Provincial Prosperity

— Nov 24, 2020
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Report Card on British Columbia's Elementary Schools 2020

The Fraser Institute today released its annual Report Card on British Columbia’s Elementary Schools 2020, which ranks 931 public and independent elementary schools based on 10 academic indicators derived from provincewide Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) results.

— Nov 24, 2020
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Economic Performance in Ontario CMAs: A National Comparative Perspective

Economic Performance in Ontario CMAs: A National Comparative Perspective is a new study that shows how urban centres in southwestern Ontario, including London and Windsor, fell from being amongst the most prosperous cities nationwide to the some of the least prosperous from 2000 to 2015, the latest year of available census data.

— Oct 29, 2020
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Reforming BC Auto Insurance to Benefit Consumers

Reforming BC Auto Insurance to Benefit Consumers finds that the Government of British Columbia’s ICBC reforms haven’t gone far enough and maintain ICBC’s monopoly on basic automobile insurance—which keeps rates higher than they would be in a more open insurance market.

— Oct 24, 2020
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Report Card on Quebec's Secondary Schools 2020

The Report Card on Quebec’s Secondary Schools 2020 ranks 473 public, independent, Francophone and Anglophone schools based largely on the results from provincewide tests in French, English, science and mathematics. The Report Card provides parents and educators with objective information that’s difficult to find anywhere else, which is why it’s the go-to source for school performance in Quebec.

— Sep 8, 2020
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Bringing School Choice to Ontario

Bringing School Choice to Ontario is a new study that finds Ontario lacks the school choice for parents and children available to those in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec, as well as 31 U.S. states and most Western European countries. Previous research has found that increased school choice better matches the needs and talents of students with improved programming and resources, and ultimately leads to better education outcomes.

— Sep 3, 2020
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Report Card on British Columbia's Secondary Schools 2020

The Fraser Institute today released its Report Card on British Columbia’s Secondary Schools, 2020, which ranks 252 public and independent secondary schools based on six academic indicators using student results from annual provincewide exams, grade-to-grade transition rates and graduation rates.

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