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When good data goes bad: The 2011 National Household Survey

| September 13, 2013
David J. Climenhaga

Looking back in perplexity: Where did Alberta's money go again?

| February 28, 2013

Canada's bloated 1%

| February 1, 2013

Using the tax system to offset rising income inequality

| February 1, 2013
David J. Climenhaga

Few oxen gored in Alberta Tories' exquisitely political budget

| February 10, 2012

Family values and budget cuts

| July 22, 2011
David J. Climenhaga

No one should be surprised, let alone shocked, by PM's census policy

| August 9, 2010

Making it easier to ignore the poor

We hear a great deal about the lives of the rich, much of it sympathetic and often fawning.

Even Conrad Black, despite his history of anti-Canadian outbursts, is treated almost fondly by commentators who generally have a hard-hearted, tough-on-crime attitude toward less well-heeled felons.

The poor rarely get such sympathetic attention; indeed they rarely get much attention at all. And they're soon to get even less.

That is the real reason for the Harper government's decision to scrap the long-form census matters, and why the debate over it is more than a bizarre obsession with statistics in this overheated summer.

Alheli Picazo

Lies, damned lies, and the census

| July 26, 2010
David J. Climenhaga

Privacy Commissioner Frank Work, a rare Albertan voice of common sense

| July 24, 2010
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