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If the government imposes a tax on carbon, it would keep almost all of the current intrusive regulations in place.

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3:30AM
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Given the common negative portrayal of businessmen in films and fiction, I get a little celebratory when someone else is the bad guy.

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12:50PM
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Small reductions in the consumption of sugary drinks and other food products do not necessarily translate into weight loss.

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The province hopes to solve its fiscal problems by relying on revenue growing faster than spending.
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Empirically the long-run effect of U.S. immigration on employment and wages tends to be low or zero.

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Canada’s trade deficit with the world widened from C$6.4 billion in the first quarter of 2016 to a record C$10.7 billion.

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Alberta’s unemployment rate climbed to 8.6 per cent in July—the highest rate since 1994.

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Unfortunately the discussion on housing affordability has been dominated by handwringing over foreign homebuyers and low interest rates.
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12:39PM
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In Canada, the Alberta government put forth its own plan for a $15 minimum wage by 2018.

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3:01AM
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Countries with PR electoral systems had average central government spending of 29.2 per cent (of GDP) compared to 23.5 per cent in majoritarian/plurality countries.

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