If you have a mortgage, you’ve felt it; the rapid rise in the policy interest rate this year has led banks to charge higher interest rates.
Imagine a referee who, during a Leafs game, took a player aside to explain how to put the puck in the net. This is what Ottawa is trying to do with Bill C-26 in the field of digital security.
Imaginez un arbitre qui, lors d’un match du Canadien, va voir un joueur pour lui expliquer comment envoyer la rondelle au filet. C’est ce qu’Ottawa tente de faire avec le projet de loi C-26 dans le domaine de la sécurité numérique.
The addition of federal administrative requirements in digital security—as Bill C-26 proposes—would lengthen the time required for companies to act and respond to breaches, according to this publication by the Montreal Economic Institute.
November 21, 2022 | 6 min. 55 sec. | Shaye Ganam (Global Radio) Interview with Olivier Rancourt, Economist at the MEI, on […]
The official figures are out, but you probably already felt it in your wallet. The growth of the Consumer Price Index remained steady at 6.9% in October.
By capping our oil and gas sector’s emissions, Ottawa risks killing the golden goose while getting nothing in return.
Ottawa’s oil and gas emissions cap proposal amounts to nothing more than political greenwashing, where we get to feel like we did something, but we really just paid through the nose for something with little to no positive effect.
Anyone looking to buy a home has felt it: prices have skyrocketed in recent years. A good portion of the problem comes from the fact that supply has not kept up with growing demand in recent years.
This study from the MEI describes how the federal government’s proposal to cap the energy sector’s greenhouse gas emissions would cause substantial economic losses, without achieving any net reduction in global emissions.