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.
Better to leave the big driving decisions in human hands.
Studies show raising it actually eliminates employment opportunities.
But consumers are fickle and will opt for the product that offers the best quality for the lowest price.
Supply management is protectionism by another name and shouldn’t be ignored as we seek freer trade.
Recognizing incentives matter requires 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.