Mining exploration spending is tightening in Ontario. So where is the province's policy environment faltering?
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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?
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.
Despite gloomy post-recession pronouncements from some analysts, slow economic growth is not preordained in Canada.
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.
A recent Fraser Institute study spotlighted the importance of cyber-security to liberty.
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.
According to a Fraser Institute study released in February, between 2004/05 and 2013/14, the Alberta government’s program spending jumped to $43.9 billion from $29 billion.
The latest UN report on climate changes says its “irreversible” and again calls for massive government intervention and subsidies to eliminate the use of fossil fuels. Is that realistic for Canada?
Ontario needs a more supportive climate for private schools including access to the kind of financial support provided by other large provinces.