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Notley’s wrongheaded path leads to deficit disaster

Notley’s wrongheaded path leads to deficit disaster

Marked spending increases by the NDP government will push the net debt to $10,000 per Albertan by 2019-20

Barring the gates is no long-term solution for our parks

The popularity of Canada’s parks and protected areas is creating problems that will require more than simply banning people to solve

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Trudeau’s carbon-pricing fixation out of step with Canadians

There’s growing evidence Canadians don’t like carbon taxes and are realizing they’re not the efficient and economically benign eco-tax sold by politicians

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How Albertans can invest in their future – again

But before they can begin to retool the economy, they must first purge themselves of the idea that the market is the best instrument to determine their future

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Alberta’s dangerous debt binge isn’t over yet

The burden foisted on future generations of Albertans is staggering. By 2019-20, Alberta’s net government debt is expected to reach $45.2 billion

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Can Alberta’s new right make room for progressives?

An overly-conservative platform would likely alienate many of those non-aligned middle-of-the-road voters who elected the inexperienced Rachel Notley into offic

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Giving oil discounts or taking liberties with details?

The majority of oil produced in Canada is by companies with integrated operations in the U.S. There is no ‘captive market’ and no ‘discount’ because of it

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Alberta is the engine that drives Canadian growth

What would Canada’s economy and public finances look like without Alberta? It wouldn’t be pretty

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Canadians’ US$38-million-a-day gift to Americans

Failure to build pipelines leaves us with no choice but to sell our oil to the U.S. at cheap prices, leaving it to sell its own oil at the international price

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Driving the next wave of clean resource innovation

If Ottawa is serious about clean energy, the bureaucrats and politicians pulling the levers would do well to learn about CRIN and its potential

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