The more things change, the more they stay the same. Simply put, there’s just one word to remember from yesterday’s economic update: deficits.
Another day, another corporate welfare announcement. This week, it’s extra goodies for film and TV producers who commit to bring more productions to Quebec.
Electric vehicles get the headlines but, at $63,000 and paltry carbon savings, they are not ready for prime-time.
Instead of deciding to give money to Company X instead of Company Y, the government should eliminate this kind of subsidy.
Should a business retain full control over the content it wishes to have, or not, on its own platform?
A French politician objects to the fact that Amazon is “killing jobs” in the retail sector. Should we be concerned?
It’s important to point it out when deregulation does not bring about the dire consequences some expect.
The government could give the health care system a real boost by getting rid of med school quotas.
With all of this propaganda aiming to promote the eventual electrification of practically all modes of transportation in Quebec, we see few people publicly addressing the following two questions.
In an editorial in Le Devoir one year ago, Jean-Robert Sansfaçon ridiculed those of us who warned that a lower American corporate tax would drain capital from Canada.