When groups are pitted against each other, politics, not markets, determine resource allocation priorities and economic rewards.
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Starting in 2003, Ontario’s real GDP growth dropped below the average in the rest of Canada and it has consistently lagged over the ensuing decade.
The hit show explores a rich set of philosophical questions including the nature of humankind, our ability to cooperate with one another, and the conflict between worldviews.
Canada has one of the most expensive universal health-care systems in the world, yet on indicator after indicator, we’re not getting good value for our money.
Let’s look at the expected fiscal balances in Canada’s 10 provinces for 2015/16.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark recently said that another plebiscite would be required if Metro Vancouver municipal governments want a new tax to fund a transit-heavy capital plan.
The need for infrastructure spending in Canada is getting a lot of attention this election, with all the parties presenting platform planks on the amounts they would spend.
Ontario can offer some painful examples of what can happen when you abandon coal for renewables.
Monday morning I was in class teaching the “Coase solution” to externalities problems, which is named after its discoverer, Ronald Coase, the Nobelist economist and one of very few humans ever to publish a book in his second century.