If Winnipeg wants to spend a lot of money with very little in return, light rail transit is the answer.
The tactics and motives of environmental groups are hypocritical and destructive.
The first of a two part interview with policy innovator Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist
A conversation with Brian Chamberlin: farming without subsidies.
New Brunswick is usually thought of as successful in economic terms since a more vibrant private sector emerged during your oversight of that province.
In August the National Post published a provocative article in which you argue that Canada’s rate of economic growth could out pace the impressive American rate and that Canada’s standard of living could surpass that of our American cousins within twenty years should we adopt certain changes in public policy.
During the 1980’s there were one or two years in which we actually had zero growth. In recent years in the 1990’s we have had 8 or 9% growth. So this is a massive turn-around.
With the election of a Labour-led coalition government last November in New Zealand some people are predicting a U-turn in New Zealand public policy.
An approach that says to people: we will allow you to enjoy the rewards of your education, your skills and your labour that translates into a broad-based policy of low taxation for everybody.
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