September 21, 2021 | 9 min. 04 sec. | Maurais live (Radio X) Interview (in French) with Miguel Ouellette, Director of Operations […]
For a few years now, crime rates have been rising in Canada. At the same time, our police forces are facing mounting financial pressures. This research paper proposes a new way of seeing the division of labour for police that could generate substantial savings all while improving the quality of services delivered to the public.
Montréal, August 18, 2021 – Alors que la FTQ prenait position hier en faveur d’un salaire minimum fixé à 18 $ l’heure, Miguel Ouellette, économiste et directeur des opérations à l’IEDM, a souhaité réagir.
The government cannot help workers by limiting their options. Unfortunately, the Liberals propose to do just that by expanding employment regulations.
After Huffington Post’s recent purchase by US-based Buzzfeed, Huffington Post Canada and Huffington Post Quebec blindsided employees with mass layoffs in a cost-cutting move.
La relance économique post COVID-19 passera par nos régions et nous devons, dès maintenant, leur donner les moyens de faire partie de la solution.
The federal minimum wage in the United States has been $7.25 an hour since 2009, and for years lawmakers and activists have called for its increase.
The Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ) today announced some “historic” new measures.
With the Quebec government about to review the province’s forest regime, environmentalists are busy trying to reduce the development of this natural resource. This publication shows, however, that we could increase the harvest of our forests without undermining the renewal of the resource.
The federal government should encourage economic recovery by being more flexible, not by making the current regulatory framework more restrictive.