Trans Mountain pipeline will benefit Canada – at a very high price

Nationalizing the project is far from ideal. It’s an admission that Canada’s regulatory approval process is profoundly broken

Trans Mountain pipeline will benefit Canada – at a very high price
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Nationalizing the project is far from ideal. It’s an admission that Canada’s regulatory approval process is profoundly broken

Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?

The federal government's Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the B.C. north coast

Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?
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The federal government’s Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the B.C. north coast

Alberta sinks deeper into a sea of red ink

The more the government spends on servicing its debt, the less is left over for priorities that Albertans value such as health care

Alberta sinks deeper into a sea of red ink
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The more the government spends on servicing its debt, the less is left over for priorities that Albertans value such as health care

Priming the pump of bad incentives in Canada

The nationalization of a project with massive profit potential like Trans Mountain is an admission that Canada’s regulatory system is badly – if not entirely – broken

Priming the pump of bad incentives in Canada
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The nationalization of a project with massive profit potential like Trans Mountain is an admission that Canada’s regulatory system is badly – if not entirely – broken

How to spur entrepreneurship in an aging population

Policy levers can strengthen incentives for entrepreneurship and improve the likelihood of successful new business startups

How to spur entrepreneurship in an aging population
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Policy levers can strengthen incentives for entrepreneurship and improve the likelihood of successful new business startups

Ontarians must consider real health-care reform

All three major parties promise massive new spending as the provincial election nears. Better they look to Saskatchewan for ideas

Ontarians must consider real health-care reform
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All three major parties promise massive new spending as the provincial election nears. Better they look to Saskatchewan for ideas

Vancouver mayor’s pipe dreams and twisted perspectives

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson's attacks on Trans Mountain pipeline based on falsehoods and nonsensical enviro-rhetoric

Vancouver mayor’s pipe dreams and twisted perspectives
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Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson’s attacks on Trans Mountain pipeline based on falsehoods and nonsensical enviro-rhetoric

Entrepreneurship is at the heart of economic growth

The rate of small-business startups is declining in Canada. Here's what we can do to spur risk takers, who help reshape an economy

Entrepreneurship is at the heart of economic growth
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The rate of small-business startups is declining in Canada. Here’s what we can do to spur risk takers, who help reshape an economy

Canada must escape the corporate welfare trap

We need to scrap corporate welfare in order to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the U.S.

Canada must escape the corporate welfare trap
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We need to scrap corporate welfare in order to restore Canada’s business tax advantage over the U.S.

B.C. closing doors to investment

Government policies mean the province is gaining an international reputation as a place where major projects can’t get done

B.C. closing doors to investment
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Government policies mean the province is gaining an international reputation as a place where major projects can’t get done