The states of Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania have managed to keep Covid-19 cases close to zero and, as a result, their leaders have been less keen to embrace Morrison's push for open borders. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan said reopening prematurely to "deliberately import the virus" would be "complete madness." "We currently have no restrictions within our state, a great quality of life, and a remarkably strong economy which is funding the relief efforts in other parts of the country," McGowan posted on Facebook . "West Aussies just want decisions that consider the circumstances of all states and territories, not just Sydney." West Australian Premier Mark McGowan speaks to media at Dumas House on June 29 in Perth, Australia. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk conceded that Covid would likely penetrate the state's borders, but she demanded more detailed modeling about how opening up would affect unvaccinated children . "Rather than picking fights and attacks, let's have a decent, educated conversation, learn the facts here now and there is nothing wrong with asking decent questions about the safety of families," she said, after being accused of scaremongering by only focusing on the worst-case scenario of deaths. The Australian Medical Association (AMA) appeared to agree with the reluctant state leaders, warning in a letter to Prime Minister Morrison that Australia's health system was not ready for a major Covid outbreak , vaccinations or not. "Our hospitals are not starting from a position of strength. Far from it."Dr Omar Khorshid "If we throw open the doors to Covid we risk seeing our public hospitals collapse and part of this stems from a long-term lack of investment in public hospital capacity by state and federal governments," AMA President Dr. Omar Khorshid said in a statement. "Our hospitals are not starting from a position of strength. Far from it." Speaking on Friday, Morrison said the government was examining the Australian hospital system's ability to cope with Covid infections ahead of reopening -- and that preparation had been underway for some time. Local residents walk over a bridge on August 4 in Brisbane, Australia. Melbourne restaurant owner Luke Stepsys has had both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, but when he ran out of milk on Tuesday night he couldn't leave his house to get more. It was already past Melbourne's 9 p.m. curfew. "I'm fully vaccinated and tonight I'm locked up like a caged animal," he said. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Melbourne has spent more than 210 days in a hard lockdown -- the longest of any Australian city -- and the stress is starting to show. "I've had countless days where I would give anything to make this go away," Stepsys said. "You just feel so confused, so depressed, you just don't have an answers.https://www.cnn.com/2021/09/03/australia/covid-zero-showdown-intl-dst-hnk/index.html
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But one cannot ignore that the high number of starts has only reached the same level observed decades ago when Canada’s population was nearly half of what it is today. A recently released Bank of Canada report focused on what drives housing prices and why housing in some cities is becoming increasingly more expensive than the rest. The report also offers further proof that prices are inherently tied to the pace of new housing construction. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Nuno Paixão, a senior economist at the central bank’s Financial Stability Department, compared the increase in housing prices in various cities and concluded that prices rose faster in cities where the housing supply was inadequate. Economics 101 informs us that prices respond to the interaction between demand and supply. But are prices snowballing in some places because of excessive demand or inadequate supply? The central bank’s report has some intriguing answers for skeptics who believe Canada’s housing problem is excessive demand and not the supply. Paixão adopts a unique approach to studying the interaction between demand and supply by contrasting housing prices in a city with that of the larger region it sits in. For example, during boom times, prices rose across the western region, yet prices in Vancouver increased much higher and faster than in Winnipeg. Similarly, the drop in prices in Vancouver was more pronounced than in Winnipeg when regional housing prices declined. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. But comparing Vancouver and Winnipeg can lead to erroneous conclusions since all cities are unique. The demand for housing, proxied by the change in population, is clearly higher in Vancouver. Also, cities differ in labour force characteristics and economic structures. The Bank of Canada’s report controls for such demographic and structural differences across cities in Canada to isolate the impact of housing supply on prices.https://financialpost.com/real-estate/supply-is-the-only-cause-and-solution-to-canadas-housing-woes-its-time-to-be-bold
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When you face the humanitarian reality of nuclear weapons, this kind of thinking appears not only morally repugnant, but also seems to abandon any ability to shape a better future. A big problem with those who see militarism and nuclear weapons as inevitable is an apparent lack of imagination. They seemingly cannot imagine that the world would be safer without thousands of weapons of mass destruction pointed at London, Beijing, Moscow, Washington and Paris, on hair-trigger alert, ready to launch at any moment. They seemingly cannot imagine how to get from so-called nuclear deterrence to a world where it just isn’t normal for countries to constantly threaten each other’s civilians with mass murder. Thomas Nash, co-director of independent think tank New Zealand Alternative, is also a Greater Wellington regional councillor, representing the Green Party. If we want to enjoy a peaceful future, Aotearoa should do the exact opposite of what Hooton and Malpass suggest. We should forge closer relations with others that share our anti-nuclear values – and there is no shortage of such countries. We should increase our diplomatic capacity to build relationships and to contribute to conflict prevention and peace . We should focus our international energy on solutions to climate and the urgent transitions we need on energy, food and transport. Instead of focusing our diplomatic and security efforts on the Five Eyes, we should strengthen our relationships in, for example, Asean countries, in Latin America and, of course, in our neighbouring nuclear-free Pacific Islands. Some will always seek to narrow the vision of what Aotearoa could or should be in the world.https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/south-pacific/126487798/aukus-logic-is-morally-wrong-and-new-zealand-must-resist-it