It’s no secret that the Saskatchewan government doesn’t like the idea of a national carbon price. When Prime Minister Trudeau announced federal plans for a...Read More The Saskatchewan Climate Change White Paper
Government policies influence the size of the economic pie and how it’s divided. In its first year, the Liberal government sought to divide the...Read More The blanks in the Fall Economic Statement
In recent months there has been much policy debate about whether to increase Canada’s immigration levels. On Tuesday, federal Immigration Minister John McCallum announced...Read More How does increasing immigration affect the economy?
The Polimeter is an online application created in 2011 by a team of political scientists at Laval University to monitor the fulfillment of campaign...Read More Justin Trudeau’s promises, one year later
The Canada-European Union trade agreement known as CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) sits in limbo, with Belgium stating it could not sign on...Read More How can Atlantic Canada benefit from CETA?
It’s been two weeks since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood in the House of Commons and said that we’re going to have a price on carbon...Read More Why Canadians shouldn’t fear carbon pricing
Le débat sur l’augmentation du salaire minimum ne cesse de faire la une au Canada depuis quelque temps. Lors de la dernière campagne électorale,...Read More Le salaire minimum : la voie du compromis
How did the Canadian economy perform during the Harper government years, what factors drove this performance, and what role did Harper government policies play...Read More Economic performance and policy during the Harper years
In the midst of heated debates about trade deals, there’s one trade topic that everyone seems to agree on: we need to encourage more...Read More Encouraging Canadian SME exports to emerging markets