Inflation is not being caused by greed. The entire increase in average markups in Canada is related to rising global energy and commodity prices.
Housing advocates say that long-running debates have been settled and public opinion is beginning to accept that if we want housing affordability we first need to be able to build new housing without hindrance.
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.
As Canada lifts its ban on single-game sports betting, what do fans think of the endless gambling commercials?
Twenty-three online sportsbooks are jockeying for customers, and their competition is forcing any Canadian watching a Blue Jays, Raptors, or nationally broadcast hockey game to witness the advertising equivalent of carpet bombing.
Technocratic economists need to learn what Hayek knew: trying to micromanage an economy often does more harm than good. Understanding the limits of human knowledge is an antidote to overconfidence and overreach.
Eric Kaufmann, who studies populism and its cultural causes, says Poilievre’s campaign has been fairly traditional, especially when compared to the global populist movement that has swept the Western world in the last decade.
In this episode of Hub Dialogues, host Sean Speer is joined by Globe and Mail columnist Andrew Coyne to talk about liberalism, representative democracy, and his own musical tastes.
The Free Alberta strategy with its Alberta Sovereignty Act may be an appealing proposal to some aggrieved Albertans, but it is a flagrantly unserious and unworkable solution to real and persistent problems.