Who Foots the Bill for Forest Fires? One Expert Argues There’s a Simple Way to save Taxpayer Money

As forest fires rage across North America, one expert argues that Canada needs to rethink who foots the bill once the flames have been stamped out.

“In Canada, the same-old, same-old basically is that taxpayers pick up the bill,” Glenn McGillivray, the managing director of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, told The Current’s guest host Megan Williams. read more >>