Report mostly an anti-development manifesto that says little about the health or breadth of Canadian parks and protected areas.
The EU has seen growth of bureaucratic and administrative apparatus and a regulatory environment not always economic-growth enhancing.
If new housing supply can adequately respond to spillovers in demand, there’s no reason for bidding wars in middle-class neighbourhoods.
Already, Montreal taxpayers see 13 per cent of their city’s operating budget go to fund pensions.
In 2014, savings in non-pension assets totalled $9.5 trillion, dwarfing the $3.3 trillion assets in the formal pension system.
The Bank of Canada and other central banks around the world have artificially lowered interest rates, making investment and risk-taking much cheaper.
Canadians are clearly not convinced that Ottawa engaged in responsible resettlement during refugee crisis.
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