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3:09PM
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Ontario needs more business investment during the recovery and beyond

The average annual growth rate in investment in residential structures was only 1.4 per cent.


5:31PM
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Trudeau focuses on virtue-signalling instead of real solutions

China represented 28 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions compared to less than 2 per cent for Canada.


12:19PM
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Three recessions—a history of Ontario’s debt growth

At 48.8 per cent, Ontario’s net debt-to-GDP ratio this year will be the highest in provincial history.


4:26PM
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Central planning by business is still central planning

Canada plans to impose a punitive tax on carbon to discourage emissions, at $170 per tonne by 2030.


9:38AM
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Renewed Controversy Over the Nobel for Economics
The Nobel apparently endorsed a paper that contradicts the vast majority of research on minimum wages and job losses.

9:13AM
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Policymakers will ban fossil fuels at our peril

Quebec may soon ban all oil and natural gas development in the province.


2:33PM
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Attracting More People is Key to Atlantic Canada’s Future

The recent inflow of people to the region does not mean the problem of outmigration has been solved.


5:27PM
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Understanding Two Decades of Weak Economic Performance in Ontario

It’s important for policymakers to recognize the severity of Ontario’s growth problem, how long-lived it has been, and the challenge of weak business investment that could impede future growth.


10:59AM
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Europe’s skyrocketing power prices underscore challenges with renewable sources

Europe’s energy crunch should serve as a cautionary tale for governments across North America with regard to the challenges of abruptly changing our energy mix by subsidizing renewable energy.


10:53AM
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Transitory or not, here comes inflation

In August, the price of meat increased by 6.9 per cent.


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