Policy Fix

Policy Fix delivers progressive analysis and commentary relevant to the issues of importance to Manitobans, with a particular emphasis on poverty and labour. Contributors include staff and research associates from the Manitoba Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

Latest posts from the Manitoba Office blog:

The Automatic Trigger For an Environmental Review Not so Automatic

by policyfix on June 29, 2021 Image credit: Discover the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada video By Don Sullivan The list of physical activities as defined under regulations is pretty clear. Any...

Provincial call for Winnipeg Public-Private Partnership for Sewage Stinks

by policyfix on June 28, 2021 By Molly McCracken

We’re hiring

by policyfix on June 24, 2021 Canada Summer Jobs Student Position: 2021 State of the Inner City  Background The State of the Inner City Report is an annual community-based research collaboration...

Time to flush P3 process for waste plant

by policyfix on June 21, 2021 By Saku Pinta First published in the Winnipeg Free Press Friday June 18, 2021 When the province of Manitoba ordered the City of Winnipeg to undertake a market...

Ageism, sexism combine to hamper elder care

by policyfix on June 16, 2021 By Laura Funk and Brianne Goertzen, Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press June 15, 2021  For over a year now, Manitobans, like all Canadians, have...