I wonder if the recent rise in the "trust gap" might have anything to do with the perception that governments are outrageously inefficient stewards of citizens' money?
Do companies like General Motors or Welspun make investment decisions based on speeches they hear or nice conversations they have with national leaders?
The best way to help Alberta’s economy is to enhance the province's competitiveness and attractiveness for investment and entrepreneurship.
Prime Minister Trudeau recently said that infrastructure spending is “the key” to kick-starting Canada’s economy.
Even the prospect of small deficits relative to GDP may generate substantial investor uncertainty in an environment where interest rates are on the way up.
Name something our governments aren’t already doing. Now name something our governments are doing spectacularly well.
High and increasing personal income tax rates discourage people from working, saving, investing, and being entrepreneurial—activities that form the basis of a thriving economy.
Repeated studies have shown that the tax hike on upper-earners likely will not raise the planned amount of revenue.