The main reason for the relatively slow increase in exports, notwithstanding the weak Canadian dollar, is the ongoing slow recovery of the U.S. economy.
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On Wednesday, TransCanada, the company that would have built and operated the Keystone XL pipeline, launched two lawsuits over President Obama’s rejection of the pipeline.
William Watson: Is sustainable energy really sustainable? Not if you count fiscal sustainability, too.
The Green Party opposes the Nova Scotia government’s apparent plan to back the re-opening of the Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton.
Issues of automation and centralization raise serious concerns about government overreach and the unprecedented rise in state power.
If we eliminate all government-granted monopolies, people could compete with lawyers, even doctors.
Local land-use regulations inhibit the building of new homes, contributing to price increases.
Thirty-eight per cent of Ontario business owners expect to see their bottom lines shrink due to rising electricity prices.
The two front-runners for each major U.S. political party are far from being advocates for liberalizing international trade and investment regimes.
A meaningful discussion about CEO pay should not be based on faulty and misleading statistics.
In neighbouring Burnaby, it takes almost five months less for typical housing development projects to receive a greenlight from city hall, and costs approximately $20,000 less in compliance fees per new dwelling unit.
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