Ken Boessenkool

The charitable impulse is never stronger than during the Christmas season, when Canadians give generously to philanthropies who deliver a vast array of social services. This is civil society at its finest, where acts of charity are private, local and voluntary. The growth of government, however, has shrunk the role of civil society in Canada, at considerable cost to taxpayers and our social fabric. We should rebalance these spheres, write Ken Boessenkool, Sean Speer and James Wielgosz, who propose a detailed plan for doing just that.

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