How to cut global emissions, boost the economy
Exporting LNG to displace coal is a powerful way to lead in helping to reduce global emissions.
How we deal with our ever-rising nation debt?
Federal deficit of $381 billion and a debt exceeding $1 trillion, just under 50% of gross domestic product.
New era of intelligent manufacturing
World Manufacturing Forum emphasizes the importance of innovation, focuses on how AI trends define the future.
Ingredients for recovery in a post-COVID Canada
More companies are waking up to the benefits of digital technology.
Why oil and gas are fundamental to Canada
$493 billion in energy revenues paid to governments since 2000 is more than family allowance and children’s benefits since 1970.
Canada’s drifting fiscal ship needs an anchor
The bottom line is clear: there has to be some limit to borrowing
Manufacturers head into an uncertain recovery
As the economy opens up, the threat of another wave of infection is very real.
Shoring up our future closer to home
AME’s whitepaper “A Manufacturing Marshall Plan” calls for reshoring, nearshoring and leanshoring.
Trudeau delivers another blow to energy, mining sectors
Plan requiring projects to describe how they will achieve net-zero emissions may not even be feasible.
Trudeau’s infrastructure announcement raises red flags
Every dollar spent on white elephant vanity projects reduces the money that could be spent on schools, hospitals.
Economic freedom on the wane worldwide
Policy response to COVID-19 has put more of the economy into government hands, threatening economic freedom globally.
Canada’s economic revival requires a broad strategy
A narrow focus on the green/clean sector won’t get the job done.
Canada’s post-pandemic supply chain challenge
It’s creating opportunities for companies most capable of responding to gaps in supplier capabilities.
How we can climb out of the pandemic hole
Two manufacturing groups offer recommendations for action.
Only private investment will save Canada’s economy
Generating, rather than consuming government revenues will require a profound reversal by the Trudeau government.