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SIPP Public Policy Papers 43
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-05)
This paper examines two enactments of public policy in practice, the Saskatchewan Automobile Injury Appeal Commission’s (AIAC) posting of sensitive personal information on the Internet and the government (Saskatchewan ...
SIPP Public Policy Papers 42
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-04)
The debate over health care spending and its fiscal implications in Canada has been going on for quite a while and there seems to be no end in sight. Three major aspects of this debate may be identified: (a) the concept ...
SIPP Public Policy Papers 40
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-02)
People are exposed to public service announcements that advocate for changes in behaviour, such as abstaining from drinking and driving, wearing a seatbelt, quitting smoking, preventing obesity, or protecting against ...
SIPP Public Policy Papers 41
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-03)
In 2002, Canada gave about $3.3 billion in foreign aid, which amounts to a 29% increase over the aid given in 2001. A similar trend in aid giving is observed in other donor countries. To help poorer countries meet the ...
SIPP Briefing Note Issue 17 November 2006
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-11)
SENATE REFORM Is This the Beginning?
SIPP Public Policy Papers 39
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-01)
This paper explores the struggle by Indigenous people in Canada and New Zealand1 for the recognition of their rights to their traditional lands and resources and the role that these resources are expected to play, and ...
SIPP Policy Dialogue Number 13 Fall 2006
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006)
With the arrival of autumn, the policy community is active once again. Our university partners are abuzz with students and faculty, the House of Commons has begun its autumn sitting, and the Saskatchewan Legislature will ...
SIPP Public Policy Papers 44
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-09)
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the economic transformation of the Eastern European immigrants and their descendants and to ask whether it will happen again for Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan. There were two ...
SIPP The Scholar Series Spring 2006
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-03-21)
Health Spending in Saskatchewan: Recent Trends, Future Options
SIPP Briefing Note Issue 18 December 2006
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-12)
CAPITALIZING ON CULTURE How can public policy support arts and culture for the public good?