Canadians should not be held accountable for the government’s spending, by contributing more to the Canadian Pension Plan. It is clear based on the downfalls of central planning that what Canada needs are private pension plans.
Yes, they do. Therefore with the small budget surpluses at hand, the government should choose to lower taxes.
The Medical Research Council of Canada (MRC) recently sounded an alarm about the continuing loss of the country’s brightest and best, who, in growing numbers, are choosing to leave and pursue their careers elsewhere.
Opposition to school choice in Canada is most vehement in the leadership of teachers’ unions. This is unfortunate because their counterparts in countries that use school vouchers think very differently.
DR. BRIAN LEE CROWLEY is the founding president of the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies in Halifax, an economic and social policy think tank that encourages broad debate on strategies for economic development in Atlantic Canada and nationally. Frontier interviewed …
In North America, we hang on to our antiquated, protected monopoly postal service. What do we get for it? Less service and higher prices
Roy Romanow has abandoned the cherished ideal of a single-desk system when it comes to Saskatchewan Pork.