May 16, 2022 | 6 min. 27 sec. | L’Outaouais Maintenant (FM 104,7) Interview (in French) with Miguel Ouellette, Director of Operations […]
The objective of reducing plastic waste in the environment must be pursued, but the solution has to come from entrepreneurs, not from a restrictive policy banning certain products.
May 13, 2022 | 9 min. 35 sec. | The Elias Makos Show (CJAD AM) Interview with Maria Lily Shaw, Economist at […]
May 12, 2022 | 11 min. 53 sec. | Richard Martineau (QUB Radio) Interview (in French) with Gabriel Giguère, Public Policy Analyst […]
Tout semble indiquer que le gouvernement fédéral ira de l’avant avec l’interdiction de certains produits en plastique à usage unique, ce qui serait une erreur de sa part.
This MEI publication found that the federal government’s “zero plastic waste” policy puts it in opposition to current and potential innovations that are coming out of the plastics industry. The policy will hurt the economy without any guarantee of helping the environment.
In order to increase access to daycare services, Quebec recently announced the creation of 14,000 new subsidized daycare spaces over the next two years. But with 51,000 children on the waiting list for subsidized child care, there is not a single space available.
Two thirds of Canadians bought organic groceries on a weekly basis in 2020, but with the rising cost of food, families are having to make tough decisions at the cash register.
Dans un sondage commandé par l’IEDM et paru la semaine dernière, la firme Ipsos, réputée pour son sérieux, a constaté que le projet GNL Québec balayé du revers par les gouvernements provincial et fédéral trouve un appui de plus de la majorité de la population.
If visibility and patrol in schools reduces crime, then acknowledging and utilizing the resources and support available through highly trained and qualified security personnel is an absolute must.