Supply management is protectionism by another name and shouldn’t be ignored as we seek freer trade.
Recognizing incentives matter require a reversal of many economic policies enacted by the Trudeau government.
Supply management 2.0 is finally here: farmers will need to develop new skill sets.
Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the BC north coast.
We can’t talk about the future of work without also talking about the future of education.
…to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the US.
Canadian oil producers will lose $15.8 billion in revenue this year.
We’ll pay a high price for government efforts to do a poor job of reducing emissions.
A better plan would be a work-based subsidy that provides a cash transfer
Could reduce domestic investment up to $114 billion from 2019 to 2030.
A Supreme Court ruling that there’s no ‘constitutional guarantee of free trade’ will stifle both competition and lower prices for consumers.
Notley warns of retaliation if BC’s obstruction of the pipeline continues.
A lack of capacity to cheaply transport crude is costing Canada billions.
Steel and aluminum tariffs add to business uncertainty and will put the breaks on investment.
…But they’re a very expensive way to retain jobs