Canada needs tax reform, not tinkering
A response is needed to US policies that have reduced personal and business-related taxes.
Federal carbon tax seems destined to fail
PEI has added itself to the list of carbon tax opponents, following Ontario, and the list is growing.
We don’t want to go where trade wars have taken us before
Trump is not deterred by economists’ warnings of a global trade war that could usher in a new depression.
Driverless vehicles: not such a great idea
Better to leave the big driving decisions in human hands.
Busting the minimum wage myth
Studies show raising it actually eliminates employment opportunities.
Canadians are going Trump free until it becomes too expensive
But consumers are fickle and will opt for the product that offers the best quality for the lowest price.
Canada’s push for unfettered trade should begin at home
Supply management is protectionism by another name and shouldn’t be ignored as we seek freer trade.
Economic incentives pay dividends
Recognizing incentives matter requires a reversal of many economic policies enacted by the Trudeau government.
Dairy in Trump’s crosshairs: industry finally showing signs of common sense
Supply management 2.0 is finally here: farmers will need to develop new skill sets.
Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?
Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the BC north coast.
The need to nurture a skills economy
We can’t talk about the future of work without also talking about the future of education.
Canada must escape the corporate welfare trap
…to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the US.
Pipeline obstructionism costing Canada billions
Canadian oil producers will lose $15.8 billion in revenue this year.
Carbon, for what it’s worth
We’ll pay a high price for government efforts to do a poor job of reducing emissions.
Ontario Liberals, PCs both wrong on minimum wage policy
A better plan would be a work-based subsidy that provides a cash transfer