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Access to Medication: Preserving a Fragile Balance

Access to Medication: Preserving a Fragile Balance

While Health Canada is preparing to completely change the way maximum prices for new drugs are established, it seems that little attention is being paid to the impact of this kind of public policy on the availability of new drugs. Yet similar policies are responsible for quite unenviable situations in certain countries.

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Wireless Services: Should Regulation Favour Resellers?

Wireless Services: Should Regulation Favour Resellers?

By asking the CRTC to favour resellers of wireless services, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains runs the risk of discouraging investment in the telecommunications industry, all while creating a new category of privileged players protected from competitive pressure, shows an Economic Note published by the MEI.

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The Capital Gains Tax: It Should Be Reduced, Not Increased

The Capital Gains Tax: It Should Be Reduced, Not Increased

While Ottawa has set aside its plans to increase the inclusion rate of the capital gains tax—from 50% to 75% according to rumours—an Economic Note published by the MEI shows that this kind of tax is particularly harmful. The government should instead reduce or abolish it, as a number of countries have done.

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