Recently, Google announced a 2% increase in its advertising rates in France, following the introduction of a “GAFA tax” targeting several multinational digital corporations.
The very nature of diversity, properly understood, makes it impossible to neatly categorize it without flattening and obfuscating differences. Every human being is unique.
On February 11, 2021, the Trudeau government approved the purchase of Air Transat by Air Canada. Should consumers be worried about potential price hikes?
Even though movie theatres will be reopening as of February 26 in Quebec, allowing them to offer food and drinks to their customers is apparently too risky.
Dans cette affaire, la question se pose de savoir s’il fait de la politique au sens grec du terme, avec pour horizon l’intérêt général à long terme, ou de la politique à court terme, avec pour enjeu le seul scrutin à venir.
In this era of frayed international relationships, rising unemployment and struggling industries, it is more important than ever to allow people to trade with each other without asking a bureaucrat’s permission.
The Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ) today announced some “historic” new measures.
It’s not the headlines that kill, it’s the many burdens caused by lockdowns that render small businesses unprofitable.
Going after the web giants just because of their bigness or to carry out some political agenda is misguided, as it would disincentivize incumbents to keep improving, and discourage potential rivals.
The Quebec government has announced stricter lockdown rules before the holidays. Yet repeated lockdowns, even if partial, are likely to inflict the effects of an economic depression on SMEs rather than those of a simple recession. This Economic Note prepared by Peter St. Onge in collaboration with Maria Lily Shaw paints a worrisome picture.