The aftermath of Liz Truss’s disastrous mini-budget in the U.K. has cast a shadow over Canadian fiscal and monetary policy.
The U.K. Tories will now scramble to find a new leader and prime minister after weeks of turmoil in the markets provoked by a “mini-budget” introduced by the Truss government. We asked some experts and Hub employees to tell us what it all means.
Inflation is not being caused by greed. The entire increase in average markups in Canada is related to rising global energy and commodity prices.
The military has experienced growing neglect over the past few decades, which has become particularly acute in the past five years. We are simply spending too little money, and it is beginning to show.
The housing in Quebec isn’t the policy problem that it is in BC or Ontario. Voting in an incumbent is to be expected when things are pretty good for most people in Quebec.
Ottawa's municipal election is an opportunity for inspiration, but the candidates must make the case
This election should be a real debate between Left and Right over what the future of Ottawa will look like. If polling is to be believed, the Left is doing a much better job defining the choice.
What’s next for Jason Kenney? The Alberta premier reflects on his record and plans for post-political life
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Sean Speer in conversation with Alberta Premier Jason Kenney discussing the state of Canadian conservatism, his government’s policy record, and his plans for post-political life.
Commotion over the Alberta Sovereignty Act ignores the long track record of provinces working around federal laws
While reams of punditry have examined the constitutionality and wisdom, or lack thereof, of this proposal, most have overlooked the fact that provincial nullification of federal laws has been practiced for decades in other parts of the country.
Focusing too narrowly on the experience of office workers in our return-to-work debate obscures the realities of the vast majority of other workers who are carrying on, the same as before.
“People in English Canada should stop thinking about Québec as a progressive region of the country.”