Over the past year, “truth” has taken a serious beating — and so have “facts,” “evidence” and “science.” We seem to be swimming in...Lire le texte In 2017, let’s take back science! Column by Timothy Caulfield
For the past four decades, a relentless wave of innovation in information and communications technologies (ICTs) has washed across the global economy. The embedding...Lire le texte Digital transformation of the Canadian economy
The term “development” often leads people to think of good causes and aid programs, but not necessarily matters of strategic and economic importance to...Lire le texte Becoming a leader in inclusive trade and development
If the federal government’s plans for a new infrastructure bank work out, bridges, transit lines and hospitals across Canada will soon be built using...Lire le texte Could private investment build better social programs?
The Canadian government is set to frame a new model to support the creation, discovery and export of Canadian content in a digital world....Lire le texte Put art-driven data in the Canadian content picture
Conservative Party leadership candidate Michael Chong’s carbon tax proposal has generated considerable political attention. What has received less consideration is his proposal to double...Lire le texte The cross-party case for the Working Income Tax Benefit
L’Accord de Paris sur le climat est entré en vigueur le 4 novembre 2016. Quatre jours plus tard, les Américains ont élu Donald Trump...Lire le texte Le dilemme du carbone au Canada et en Alberta
Dans son rapport publié le 20 octobre 2016, le Conseil consultatif en matière de croissance économique, mis sur pied par le ministre fédéral des...Lire le texte Immigration : la prudence est de mise