Infrastructure small share of the Liberal $29.4 billion deficit

The Trudeau government’s repeated rhetoric about building a prosperous economic future on infrastructure is bogus

Infrastructure small share of the Liberal $29.4 billion deficitBy Charles Lammam and Hugh MacIntyre The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. April 7, 2016/ Troy Media/ - A major theme in the lead-up to the recent federal budget was a commitment to increased infrastructure spending. The Liberals gave the impression that infrastructure would be a key driver of their deficit spending and that such spending…

Overcoming Canada’s biggest infrastructure challenge

Canada must build world-class collaboration bridges before we can resolve our challenges

Overcoming Canada’s biggest infrastructure challengeCALGARY, Alta. April 1, 2016/ Troy Media/ - The silver lining of the energy sector’s vast unemployment is the potential for these talented and experienced people to build better bridges. This is bridge infrastructure of a different sort, however: human economic stimulus. Because Canada's biggest current challenge is not how to build pipelines or solve…

Hasty infrastructure spending in Canada may waste tax dollars

In times of crisis, leaders shouldn't be projecting a sense of panic

Hasty infrastructure spending in Canada may waste tax dollars//  infrastructure  infrastructure [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.wpmudev.host/2016/01/hasty-infrastructure-spending-in-canada-may-waste-tax-dollars/" height="800" width="800" scrollbars="0"]Download[/popup] this column on [popup url="http://www.troymedia.wpmudev.host/tag/infrastructure/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]infrastructure[/popup] and the [popup url="http://www.troymedia.wpmudev.host/tag/justin-trudeau/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]Trudeau government[/popup] [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.wpmudev.host/terms-and-conditions-of-use/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]Terms and conditions of use[/popup] THUNDER BAY, Ont. Jan 18, 2016/ Troy Media/ - Canada faces serious economic challenges as 2016 unfolds, and key leadership in dealing…

Prioritizing key to successful infrastructure spending

Otherwise it could lead to a debt-financed spending spree of epic proportions

Prioritizing key to successful infrastructure spendingDownload this column on infrastructure for your publication or website. FREE Terms and Conditions of use THUNDER BAY, ON Sept. 22, 2015/ Troy Media/ - With the collapse in energy prices and the decline of manufacturing, the new panacea for economic salvation is “infrastructure”. Governments need to curb their enthusiasm, however, to avoid building up…