Relying on market rules and voluntary agreements allows the different players to find win-win solutions, and has the benefit of not depending on direct investment from a government body. Article 3 of the “Capitalism: Working for the Environment” Series.
In popular culture, kites are first and foremost toys for kids. Yet with a bit of imagination, and private initiatives to support it, they can be used to produce renewable energy. Article 2 of the “Capitalism: Working for the Environment” Series.
An economic system based primarily on competition, risk taking, and respect for property rights encourages initiatives such as Wind Catching Systems more than any other. Article 1 of the “Capitalism: Working for the Environment” Series.
The more time that passes, the more the restrictions on our lives seem to have run their course in the eyes of the population.
Today’s corporate executives and owners seem willing to forsake history’s most successful social system for fear of the environmentalists, social justice warriors, and woke activists, greedy stakeholders all, now encircling them.
Provincial governments in Canada, as well as the federal government, should form, and each have at their disposal, an independent, nimble, and small multidisciplinary advisory committee.
Le système de retraite partiellement capitalisé du Québec mérite que l’on s’y attarde et que l’on en tire des leçons.
The Biden administration should roll back tariffs on softwood lumber from Canada.
Much like steel and aluminum, the Biden administration should roll back tariffs on softwood lumber from Canada.
Bill 96 needlessly sows confusion regarding the eligibility of hundreds of thousands of anglophone Quebecers to receive health care in English.