Zapping taxpayers won’t validate green energy

The massively subsidized European power grid is in no way proof that the underlying renewables technology is viable

Zapping taxpayers won’t validate green energy
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The massively subsidized European power grid is in no way proof that the underlying renewables technology is viable

Wasting money propping up untenable news operations

Billions are spent on the CBC, hundreds of millions are redirected by the CRTC to ensure we’re informed. Is more federal funding for local news justified?

Wasting money propping up untenable news operations
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Billions spent on the CBC, hundreds of millions redirected by the CRTC. Is more federal funding for local news justified?

Canada’s new superclusters could just be black holes

The government thinks that if industry doesn’t see fit to use its own money to stimulate innovation, perhaps taxpayer money should be the fire starter

Canada’s new superclusters could just be black holes
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The government thinks that if industry doesn’t see fit to use its own money to stimulate innovation, perhaps taxpayer money should be the fire starter

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportions

The Liberal's Great Supercluster Screw-up just another drain on Canadian taxpayers

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportions
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The Liberal’s Great Supercluster Screw-up just another drain on Canadian taxpayers

Courting Amazon: the ends don’t always justify the means

Incentive packages often include tax breaks on property, income or permit exemptions – and taxpayers pay the freight

Courting Amazon: the ends don’t always justify the means
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Incentive packages often include tax breaks on property, income or permit exemptions – and taxpayers pay the freight

Beware of politicians bearing (election) gifts

Candidates tie themselves in knots dangling a return to the good old days. Unfortunately, the past doesn't offer any solutions to our problems

Beware of politicians bearing (election) gifts
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KUNIN: Candidates tie themselves in knots dangling a return to the good old days. Unfortunately, the past doesn’t offer any solutions to our problems

Ottawa’s ‘innovation budget’ unlikely to spark innovation

Handing out taxpayer money in corporate welfare takes resources away from other areas that could be the source of future innovation

Ottawa’s ‘innovation budget’ unlikely to spark innovation
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LAMMAM, MACINTYRE: Handing out taxpayer money in corporate welfare takes resources away from other areas that could be the source of future innovation

Corporate welfare no way to run a brewery

If a producer needs an injection of tax dollars to survive, that company shouldn’t be in business

Corporate welfare no way to run a brewery
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WILLIAMSON: If a producer needs an injection of tax dollars to survive, that company shouldn’t be in business

New Brunswick HST increase outweighs spending cuts five to one

Raising taxes to pay for more spending isn't working; new jobs aren't being created and subsidies to add workers can't be sustained

New Brunswick HST increase outweighs spending cuts five to one
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WILLIAMSON: Raising taxes to pay for more spending isn’t working; new jobs aren’t being created and subsidies to add workers can’t be sustained

Subsidizing brewers just another unconstitutional trade barrier

Government efforts should be focused on tearing down all trade barriers, so that Alberta brewers gain access to other provincial markets

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FROM: Government efforts should be focused on tearing down all trade barriers, so that Alberta brewers gain access to other provincial markets