Before we buy boatloads of new infrastructure in Canada, we should ask why current infrastructure is crumbling.
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When tax rates are increased, tax filers—especially upper-income earners—are able to find legal means to mitigate those tax increases.
What should be challenged is public funding of all art, especially when taxpayers must foot the bill for works of art that they may find ideologically flawed, morally depraved or aesthetically worthless.
Award-winning book examines role entrepreneurs play in growing an economy, how high levels of economic freedom increase the quantity and quality of entrepreneurship, and the decline of economic freedom in the U.S.
Ontario’s unemployment rate has been above the national average every year since 2007.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Finance Minister Paul Martin cut federal government spending as a per cent of GDP and raised the employment insurance threshold to between 12 and 20 weeks.
Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations fail to pressure the federal government to seriously modify the supply management system.
The percentage of recycled water used in hydraulic fracturing is growing.
B.C.’s LNG industry has the potential to supply 11 to 20 per cent of the Asia-Pacific LNG market by 2020.
When groups are pitted against each other, politics, not markets, determine resource allocation priorities and economic rewards.
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