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The obvious strong influence of the environmental lobby on the policy positions of Democrat office-holders poses a huge hurdle for future North American energy integration through initiatives such as cross-border pipelines.

3:32PM
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Media reports often imply that spending on public elementary and secondary schools in Canada is dropping. But is this actually the case?

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11:26AM
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The level of economic freedom in any given country is the product of fights between two types of politicians.

4:22PM
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Mining exploration spending is tightening in Ontario. So where is the province's policy environment faltering?

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12:25PM
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There’s increasing evidence of a relationship between entrepreneurship and age. Younger people are less risk-averse than older people, and more prone to question the status quo. These characteristics are fundamental to entrepreneurism. So how can government influence entrepreneurship to mitigate these demographic effects?

12:14PM
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A string of Supreme Court of Canada decisions have created a new range of property rights for First Nations, which they should be able to use to advance their prosperity.
9:57AM
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Despite gloomy post-recession pronouncements from some analysts, slow economic growth is not preordained in Canada.

8:38AM
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It’s occasionally assumed that an environmentally sensitive approach is opposite that of a commercial approach—that ecological protection is necessarily at odds with ranching and farming.

8:32AM
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A recent Fraser Institute study spotlighted the importance of cyber-security to liberty.
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8:19AM
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In Alberta, to cushion the blow from falling revenues, some claim higher taxes will balance the books. How soon we forget. Alberta tried that in the late 1980s. It didn’t work.