Jadis, lorsqu’on voulait louer un bien ou obtenir un service, on faisait affaire avec un commerçant. Aujourd’hui, on peut aussi se tourner vers des...Lire le texte L’économie du partage et la protection du consommateur
Before NAFTA, Canada and Mexico maintained relations that were friendly, albeit of little substance. Mexico’s request to negotiate a free trade agreement along the...Lire le texte Together works better for Canada and Mexico
Incoming Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s platform commitments present the new Progressive Conservative government with a complicated fiscal situation. There will be lost revenues if...Lire le texte Will Doug Ford’s promises exacerbate Ontario’s problems?
Governments have good reason to take consumer protection seriously, and not just because of the massive contribution consumer spending makes to the economy, nor...Lire le texte Embedding consumer protection in competition policy
The current President of the United States won his election thanks to Mexico. In June 2015, on the night he launched his campaign, he...Lire le texte Canada, Mexico need to stand up for the hemisphere
The increasingly common perception about schooling is that it’s all about getting a job — that if it doesn’t have a vocational purpose, it...Lire le texte Why home economics classes still matter
Women and girls in Canada experience deliberate violence because of their gender, and now that violence is impacting them online. Online threats are affecting...Lire le texte How cyberviolence is threatening and silencing women
It’s no secret that Canadians currently pay some of the highest prices in the world for our Internet services. Year on year it’s the...Lire le texte A CRTC focused on the public interest?
In the political honeymoon days for the Liberals following the 2015 election, CBC’s The National did a pretty cool TV experiment where they let...Lire le texte Future of work isn’t just elite chatter