Ottawa is simply layering a carbon tax on top of a pre-existing and very inefficient mix of regulations.
Trying to solve a problem with the wrong solution will inevitably lead to failure.
635,000 jobs, $85 billion in GDP and $20 billion in government revenue could be at risk.
Canadian industry needs to step up its game when it comes to research and innovation.
Government put green agenda ahead of Ontarians by subsidizing wind and solar power.
The USMCA first promotes the economic and trade interests of the US within North America.
Even with an agreement, a protectionist White House means more trouble to come.
The federal government must act quickly on three fronts if it is to head off economic disaster.
The Trudeau government’s Keystone Cop management of the pipeline file does not inspire confidence in Canada’s energy sector.
A changing labour market is creating opportunity, pressuring business and government to adapt.
We must make a major concession like phasing out our farm supply management to protect the auto sector.
We need a smart, realistic strategy for negotiations, starting with giving up our dairy supply management system.
A response is needed to US policies that have reduced personal and business-related taxes.
PEI has added itself to the list of carbon tax opponents, following Ontario, and the list is growing.
Trump is not deterred by economists’ warnings of a global trade war that could usher in a new depression.