A common sense, supply-side abundance agenda is necessary to streamline, deregulate, and enable us to build an ambitious and innovative future.
“My concern is, right now, we have a political discourse that’s dominated by people on the Left and Right saying everything’s terrible and that nothing short of stripping everything down is going to make things better,” says Dominic Cardy,
Why is inflation so high, and why is it unlikely to come down to normal before the end of the year? Energy prices are a key factor.
It was a big week for United Conservative Party (UCP) leadership candidate Danielle Smith, for reasons both good and potentially bad.
Canada needs to be ‘less hostile and more grateful’ to the pharmaceutical industry: Richard Owens explains why
Policy thinker Richard Owens joins Hub Dialogues to dispel the myths around the benefits of price controls in the pharmaceutical industry and outline why Canada needs to get rid of the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board.
To restore 2003-04 levels of housing affordability, we would need to see 2.75-million homes built by 2030—not even a decade away. Here’s how to make that happen.
Research shows that independent schools—most of which are religious—are considerably more likely to enhance the civic capabilities of young people and lead to a more civically integrated and politically engaged public.
Having the right people in the right roles is essential to building a credible, consistent, and constructive policy agenda.
How a system functions has more to do with how its governed than with the policy ideas in play. Implementation failure, constraints, and incentives all fall under the larger umbrella of governance.
Canada’s harm reduction strategy to battle drug overdoses is a failure. Casualties continue to climb. The enemy is winning. It’s getting worse and there’s no end in sight.