Federal spending dangerously near record Canadian levels
Increasing the size and role of government comes with larger deficits, mounting debt and/or tax increases.
Oil and gas is the backbone of the Canadian economy
It has contributed some $117 billion to Canada’s GDP last year.
Tough economic times are coming
SYSPRO webinar covers how smart manufacturers will weather the coming storm.
Despite government subsidies, Canadian innovation wanes
Burdensome regulation, limited competition and unfavourable taxes hold companies back.
Investing in technology
You need a business strategy
Interprovincial trade barriers are a national embarrassment
They cost the Canadian economy up to $130 billion a year, but we can change that.
As capital flees, Ottawa continues to push unattractive policies
The money will flow to jurisdictions with more attractive policies.
GM closures: Oshawa needs more than ‘thoughts and prayers’
The human cost of job loss is enormous, potentially leading to depression, failing marriages or health, even suicide.
Canada’s sad march to energy industry oblivion
Encana has now become Americanized, driven south by disastrous Liberal policies.
Canada’s climate policy mess is hardly cost-effective
Ottawa is simply layering a carbon tax on top of a pre-existing and very inefficient mix of regulations.
Trudeau’s wrong-headed approach to climate change
Trying to solve a problem with the wrong solution will inevitably lead to failure.
Canadian competitiveness lags because of US tax reform
635,000 jobs, $85 billion in GDP and $20 billion in government revenue could be at risk.
Setting global benchmarks in advanced manufacturing
Canadian industry needs to step up its game when it comes to research and innovation.
Fix Ontario’s disastrous power strategy
Government put green agenda ahead of Ontarians by subsidizing wind and solar power.
New trade deal increases American sway over Canada
The USMCA first promotes the economic and trade interests of the US within North America.