Going forward, media needs a new business model, new journalistic practices, a new product to sell, and new incentives to attract an audience.
For far too long, the inability to access competitively priced capital to make equity investments in major projects has sidelined First Nations from receiving a fair share of the economic returns from natural resource and energy infrastructure projects.
Saintly patronage can be a funny thing. By a series of medieval confusions, St. Balthasar became the patron saint of card players, and now by extension blackjack dealers. And St.…
The Supreme Court’s ruling last week preserved the principle that provinces can’t be required to implement federal laws— but that won’t prevent a future government lawyer from trying to argue that the decision gives cover for Ottawa to attempt to ram through future laws.
With wrath aimed at the federal Liberals, Doug Ford’s dithering conservative government has escaped accountability for housing failures. Encouraging Ontario’s lazy government into action is the most effective way for Poilievre to demonstrate his rhetoric is more than hot air.
Canadian Mortgage Bonds are not actually federal government liabilities. And if CMBs aren’t federal debt, then the currently planned $30 billion in CMB purchases this year is a significant policy shift that is deeply misguided.
Bell’s announcement this week that it is laying off thousands of workers—including nearly 500 Bell Media employees—has sparked political outrage.
One area where Canada is still looked upon to lead—and retains some ability to do so—is in natural resources. Coming up with solutions to the problem of critical minerals supply that leverages the collective experience of our mining and investment community is an obvious place for Canada to contribute.
Until Sinatra belted out “New York, New York” and Alicia Keys joined Jay-Z to record “Empire State of Mind,” Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” alone was identified with New York. It set the path for Elvis Pressley, Michael Jackson, and Mariah Carey to bring America’s artistic greatness to audiences on every continent.
In February 1980, Trudeau, defying the odds of history, won the election. When he stepped down for good in 1984, he would have seen that in his second retirement, he had recast both his country and his political obituaries.