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  • Budget 2018: The Most Disappointing Budget Ever March 14, 2018
    Premier Pallister’s Trump-esque statement that budget 2018 was going to be the “best budget ever” has fallen a bit flat. Instead of a bold plan to deal with climate change, poverty and our crumbling infrastructure, we are presented with two alarmist scenarios to justify further tax cuts and a lack of decisive action: the recent […]
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • 2018 Federal Budget Analysis February 14, 2018
    Watch this space for response and analysis of the federal budget from CCPA staff and our Alternative Federal Budget partners. More information will be added as it is available. Commentary and Analysis Some baby steps for dad and big steps forward for women, by Kate McInturff (CCPA) An ambition constrained budget, by David Macdonald (CCPA) Five things […]
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • CED in Manitoba - The Video January 29, 2018
    Community Economic Development in Manitoba - nudging capitalism out of the way?
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • With regional management BC’s iconic forest industry can benefit British Columbians rather than multinational corporations January 17, 2018
    Forests are one of the iconic symbols of British Columbia, and successive governments and companies operating here have largely focussed on the cheap, commodity lumber business that benefits industry. Former provincial forestry minister Bob Williams, who has been involved with the industry for five decades, proposes regional management of this valuable natural resource to benefit […]
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • Community Economic Development in Manitoba - a new film January 16, 2018
    Cinameteque, Jan 23.  7:00 pm - Free event Film Trailer CCEDNET-MB, CCPA-MB, The Manitoba Research Alliance and Rebel Sky Media presents: The Inclusive Economy:  Stories of Community Economic Development in Manitoba
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
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PEF Student Essay Contest 2010 Winners

Thanks to Marc Lavoie and Mario Seccareccia, from the University of Ottawa, who oversaw and judged our essay contest for 2010. And also thanks to the entrants to this year’s competition, as Marc and Mario reported a record number of entries and a very high quality of writing. Here are the winners:

Undergraduate Winner ($500 Prize):

Rob Konkel, University of Saskatchewan, “Poverty and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: Alternative formulations and integrated intervention strategies”

Honourable Mentions:

Jan Sporina, University of Calgary. “Economic prosperity in developing countries: A necessary or a sufficient condition for democratization”

Benjamin Sawatzky, University of Manitoba, “Stable growth: An examination of the oft-overlooked link between political stability and growth, with special attention to the Kenyan experience”

Graduate Winner ($1000 Prize):

Richard Pereira, Athabasca University, “Economic security in the twenty-first century – Guaranteed Annual Income: An ecological, democratic, justice and food security imperative”

Honourable Mentions:

Richard Togman, Carleton University, “The Russian financial crisis of 1998: How uncontrolled markets and a weak government led to the collapse of a nation”

Thomas Mastoras, Osgoode Hall Law School, “Comity in international political economy: The benefits of trade liberalization”

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