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Incentives for Health - A dialogue with the Queen's Health Policy Council

Incentives for Health

November 16, 2018
Published in The Queen's Gazette


Members of the Queen’s University Health Policy Council (QHPC) will soon gather at the Queen’s School of Policy Studies to discuss how Canada’s medical system increasingly rewards healthcare providers for services to treat illness or injury, at the expense of better-quality preventative medicine.

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Robert Wolfe - How USMCA will affect this Canadian food truck maker

How USMCA will affect this Canadian food truck maker

October 23, 2018
This article appeared in The Globe and Mail with comments by Robert Wolfe, Professor  Emeritus in the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University


The rules for exporting have not really changed, says Robert Wolfe, professor emeritus at the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University in Kingston.

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Peter Harrison - Canada to sign international deal banning High Arctic fishing

Canada to sign international deal banning High Arctic fishing

October 2, 2018
This article appeared in The Toronto Star with comments by Peter Harrison, Professor Emeritus in the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University


Canada is to join more than a dozen countries Wednesday in signing a deal that would block commercial fishing in the High Arctic for 16 years and begin unravelling ecological mysteries at the top of the world.

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Kathy Brock - Why Doug Ford went straight to the ‘nuclear option’ on Toronto city council

Why Doug Ford went straight to the ‘nuclear option’ on Toronto city council

September 10, 2018
This article appeared in Maclean's with comments by Kathy Brock,
Professor in the School of Policy Studies, cross-appointed with the Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University


Kathy Brock says that given one of the clear indications of voter disillusionment is governments coming in and not doing as they said, Doug Ford will likely retain his base after using the notwithstanding clause.

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Robert Wolfe - Will Chapter 19 kill NAFTA? Time is running out to find solution

Will Chapter 19 kill NAFTA? Time is running out to find solution

September 6, 2018
This article appeared in The Calgary Herald with comments by Robert Wolfe, Professor  Emeritus in the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University


Dr. Wolfe says Canadian negotiators should scream and yell and pound the table and say we have to have Chapter 19 – and then give it up for something better.

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Robert Wolfe - What to watch as Canada looks for a breakthrough in NAFTA talks

What to watch as Canada looks for a breakthrough in NAFTA talks

August 31, 2018
This article appeared in the Financial Post with comments by Robert Wolfe, Professor  Emeritus in the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University


Dr. Wolfe discusses what is a good deal for Canada.

Read the full article in the Financial Post

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