Every day, Canadians are informed via press conference of the number of new deaths attributed to COVID-19. This publication by the Montreal Economic Institute raises questions about the accuracy of these statistics.
For several years, there has been talk of electrifying the entire Quebec economy. This Montreal Economic Institute publication presents the province’s energy profile, quantifies its hydroelectric potential, and identifies natural gas as a realistic solution for meeting our energy needs.
The facts underlined here by this prestigious author have not been heard widely enough in the Canadian context. Yet the debate over generalized, compulsory lockdowns will no doubt remain active for quite some time.
L’industrie de la restauration est sans l’ombre d’un doute l’une des plus affectées par les mesures de distanciation physique présentement en vigueur.
The physical distancing measures in effect to slow the propagation of the coronavirus are hitting the restaurant industry hard. An MEI publication proposes solutions to help the sector.
The U.S. and Canada long have benefited from the world’s largest and most comprehensive economic engagement, which supports millions of jobs in each country and dynamic entrepreneurial growth.
The Competition Bureau submitted its report on March 27, 2020 coming out against Air Canada’s proposed acquisition of Air Transat, which has otherwise already been approved by shareholders. While the airline industry is being battered by the coronavirus pandemic, this publication by the MEI shows that a dynamic understanding of competition mechanisms argues in favour of the transaction.
If Canada becomes a place where investors are scared off lest they lose their humans rights as soon as they organize into a company, we will all suffer tremendously.
Canada’s system of socialized medicine has created high taxes and suffering patients. That’s not what Americans want or deserve.
Too often, lawmakers propose reforms that might sound good, but actually make the problem worse. Instead of making it harder to hire freelancers and parttime workers, lawmakers should be making it easier.