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When people believe profit comes from cronyism, economic progress is threatened.

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New research looks at the number of universities and their effect on per capita GDP.


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Attributing Ontario’s manufacturing struggles to global forces is, at best, an oversimplification.


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For much of human evolution we have lived in primitive shelters and gathered around fires for warmth and cooked food.

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Some B.C. government policies are at odds with ambitions to grow the province’s tech sector.


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The governments I’m familiar with often have trouble doing relatively routine things.

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Seattle’s minimum wage increase has hurt job prospects, and failed to produce higher earnings, for low-wage workers.


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Quebec produces 72 per cent of the world’s maple syrup output, much more than Saudi Arabia’s 13 per cent share of world oil production.


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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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In Canada, the Alberta government put forth its own plan for a $15 minimum wage by 2018.


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