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.
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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.
Property rights for all Canadians: the First Nations issue forgotten by all federal political parties
Because of the Indian Act, First Nations people in Canada who choose to live on a reserve are grouped in the same category as children.
Netflix's Blacklist, featuring a former respected surgeon-turned-fugitive, raises complex questions about market demand.
Upper-middle income earners in Canada receive full OAS benefits, which doesn’t represent effective targeting of benefits.
When comparing overall operating expenditures, on-reserve students receive the same amount (on average) as other Canadian students, and in some cases, more.
Whether we consider equilibrium in game theory, macroeconomics, or capital asset pricing, people must predict how markets will turn based on what they think other people will do.
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