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COVID-19

COVID-19

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Despite spending hundreds of billions during COVID, we seem to have little to show for it

Governments in Canada are experts at imposing rules and regulations rather than incentives.

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F.I. experts weigh in on how the COVID-19 pandemic and recession might change Canada permanently.

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Trudeau government COVID assistance lacks proper targeting

The one-time payment to seniors will cost an estimated $2.5 billion.

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Canada must tailor trade practises for post-COVID world

The Marshall Plan helped former foes and allies alike rebuild their economies after the Second World War.

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U.S. COVID experience highlights risks of centralized management of health care

The mortality rate per 1 million U.S. residents was 196 compared to 30.5 worldwide.

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Some much-needed perspective on COVID infection and death rates

Singapore's COVID-related deaths equal 0.0002 per cent of that country's population.

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Canada does not need a modern ‘Marshall Plan’ after COVID

After the COVID crisis has passed, Ottawa should find ways to encourage private-sector investment and hiring.

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