Congratulations to Professor Steven Horwitz, the 2020 recipient of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Julian L. Simon Memorial Award!
Covid has exacted a tragic toll across Canada. As of August, the pandemic has cost the lives of over 9,000 Canadians, with […]
A group of associations representing farmers, food processors, and independent retailers wants the federal government to introduce a government-enforced grocery code of conduct.
A recent study by the Centre for Productivity and Prosperity at HEC Montréal measured the effect of successive marginal income tax rate increases of +3.63% in 2013 and of +6.68% in 2016 on higher-income Quebecers.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) declared on Monday that the US Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission were wrong to impose countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber exports back in 2017.
In recent weeks, there were two fossil fuel spills in the news: the tanker truck spill into the Richelieu River in Quebec, and the ship that ran aground off the coast of Mauritius.
As Europe opens its doors to travellers, Canadian authorities are slow to follow suit. The official discourse has minimized air travel’s importance.
US media is excited about a potential “second wave” of cases coming from places like Florida that largely avoided the first wave.
In a situation of true free trade, which is to say a system of permanent competition, all industrial success is necessarily temporary.
Since the start of the pandemic, the COVID-19 “active case” counter has been hammered home daily by politicians and the media. One of the goals of this systematic reminder is to make sure that we all stick with the program.