Premier Notley right to reconsider $15 minimum wage

Too much at stake for Alberta workers to enter the “uncharted waters” of a $15 minimum wage without assessing the potential dangers

Premier Notley right to reconsider $15 minimum wageBy Steve Lafleur and Hugh McIntyre The Fraser Institute In a recent interview, Premier Rachel Notley seemed to hint that the Government of Alberta could slow its plan to increase the minimum wage to $15 if the economy remains weak. The premier’s comments came one day after it was reported that an internal government briefing…

Notley government policies reducing Albertans living standards

Recently implemented policies will negatively impact living standards and economic opportunities

Notley government policies reducing Albertans living standards//  notley government  notley government [popup url="link here" height="800" width="800" scrollbars="0"]Download[/popup] this column on [popup url="http://www.troymedia.wpmudev.host/tag/rachel-notley/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]the Notley government[/popup] and [popup url="http://www.troymedia.wpmudev.host/tag/albertas-business/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]business in Alberta[/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] REGINA, SASKATOON, CALGARY, EDMONTON OUT By Niels Veldhuis Ben Eisen and Fred McMahon The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER,…

Economic freedom and Canada’s public policy schizophrenia

The Trudeau and Notley governments appear intent on repeating B.C.'s mistakes from the 1990s and Ontario's today

Economic freedom and Canada’s public policy schizophreniaVANCOUVER, B.C. Dec 18, 2015/ Troy Media/ - In international rankings of [popup url="https://www.fraserinstitute.org/sites/default/files/economic-freedom-of-the-world-2015.pdf" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]economic freedom[/popup], Canada has soared past the United States, so it should be no surprise that among sub-national jurisdictions in North America (which encompasses 10 Canadian provinces, 50 U.S. states and 32 Mexican states) three Canadian provinces – Alberta,…

Investor confidence waning in Alberta

Alberta has fallen from the 16th most attractive jurisdiction in the world in 2014 to 38th of 126 jurisdictions in 2015

Investor confidence waning in AlbertaDownload this column on investor confidence in Alberta Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, OTTAWA, WINDSOR, LONDON, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER OUT By Kenneth P. Green and Taylor Jackson The Fraser Institute CALGARY, Alta. Dec 11, 2015/ Troy Media/ - For the past decade, investment in Alberta’s vast oil and gas resources has allowed the province…

In Alberta, farm safety takes a back seat to politics

Bill 6 a lesson in the art of what's possible

In Alberta, farm safety takes a back seat to politicsDownload this column on farm safety in Alberta Terms and Conditions of use Red Deer out RED DEER, Alta. Dec. 10, 2015/ Troy Media/ - My grandfather died in a farming accident. A great aunt lost an arm in an auger. A boy I rode the school bus with stopped a country church service one autumn to cry…

Rachel Notley’s leadership turned the orange tide

A win for the persuasive power of quality leadership over cynical political manipulation

Rachel Notley’s leadership turned the orange tideTo download Rachel Notley’s leadership turned the orange tide for your publication or website click here CALGARY, AB, May 5, 2015/ Troy Media/ - OK, everybody, sit down and take a few deep breaths. You’re going to be all right. The sun will rise tomorrow. If you haven’t already lost your job in the oil…
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