Canadian Student Review: Spring 2017
In this issue:
Ireland and the New Normal
by Brennan Sorge
An analysis of why low economic growth should not be viewed as the new normal in Canada based on the Irish experience.
The Quote Wall
A look at one of Adam Smith’s most famous quotes on production.
The Book Corner
End of the Chrétien Consensus?
by Jason Clemens, Milagros Palacious, Matthew Lau, and Niels Veldhuis
Read the latest book from the Institute on how policies reflecting smaller and smarter governments during the Chrétien-era may be coming to a close.
B.C.’s Carbon Tax Not the ‘Gold Standard’ It’s Made Out to Be
by Charles Lammam and Taylor Jackson
Learn about the implications of British Columbia’s carbon tax and why it may not be revenue neutral after all.
Why First Nations Succeed
A quick glance at some of the factors that make First Nations communities in Canada successful.
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Demographics and Canada’s Physician Supply
by Nadeem Esmail
Revisit a discussion on how changing demographics will have an impact on the Canadian health care system.
ECONOMIC FREEDOM OF THE WORLD
The global source of information on economic freedom.
Job Losses in Ontario? It Depends Where You Live
Analyze how job recovery in Ontario has varied across the different regions in the province.
FRASER FORUM BLOG POST
Lower Taxes Instead of Business Subsidies in Ontario? Let’s Drink to That
by Ben Eisen
Read about the new tax reductions aimed at helping Ontario’s growing craft spirits and cider industries.
What’s New From the Institute
Did the Coal Phase-Out Reduce Ontario Air Pollution?
by Ross McKitrick and Elmira Aliakbari.
Comparing Government and Private Sector Compensation in Canada
by Charles Lammam, Milagros Palacios, Snow Ren, and Jason Clemens.