Trudeau finally been forced to admit the carbon tax is unaffordable
Tag: Atlantic Canada
Non-Indigenous fishers in Atlantic region need not be worried that Indigenous rights will come at the expense of conservation
A number of restrictions inhibit labour mobility, as well as the free trade of goods and services. And trade barriers add regulatory burdens on businesses
Fiscal federalism, the lifeblood of the region’s economy, faces increasing pressure for reform, especially in the post-COVID-19 world
Eliminating trade barriers can help accelerate the economic recovery
As we approached the island, our anticipation rose and ebbed as we watched the weather. We weren’t sure if, after travelling so far, we could even land
A swamp of vested, bureaucratic interests hobbled by dogma, enriched by institutional entitlements and bloated by fat pay packages. Surely not these two now-merged think-tanks
The East Coast isn’t quaint, slow, lazy or anything else others in the rest of Canada might assume. But it does tend to defy expectations
In Atlantic Canada, the moment you think you have everything nailed down, a Category 2 storm decides to pop in
Study finds no link between the circumstances in the local economy, student unemployment and the level of subsidies handed out. So is it all political?
What’s a recession going to do to the East Coast? Reap what’s left in our mattresses and sock drawers?
The bridge is a prime example of a private-public partnership gone right. Shifting the burden to taxpayers and non-users is simply unfair
Despite government hyperbole, small businesses know that innovation is difficult, costly and sometimes reveals unfortunate truths