The numbers say it all
Andrew Leach on a new report from the Pembina Institute and Equiterre
New research links property prices to the decline in manufacturing employment
Stephen Gordon considers Dutch Disease
… on oil, refining and the environment
High resource prices worked out quite well for Australia, says Stephen Gordon
Stephen Gordon on why Canada’s much-talked-about affliction is actually a blessing
CALGARY – A belief that a commodities boom has caused a decline in Canada’s manufacturing sector is being challenged by two reports from the University of Calgary’s School of Public…
Stephen Gordon looks at the numbers—and zooms out
‘The Liberals and the NDP are zombie brands,’ writes Colby Cosh
The Saskatchewan Party has released an ad that uses Thomas Mulcair to attack the candidates for leader of the provincial NDP.
The SaskParty has injected itself into the NDP leadership …
Stephen Gordon: What the governor said and why he’s right
Mark Carney takes on the Dutch Disease debate.
Some regard Canada’s wealth of natural resources as a blessing. Others see it as a curse. The latter look at the global …
CALGARY – Canada’s reliance on oil is “unambiguously good” for the country as a whole — not just the West — Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney said Thursday in…
A report from the OECD sees signs of Dutch Disease in the Canadian economy.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development warns in a report released Wednesday that the run-up …
Never heard of the Sherbrooke Declaration? You’re not alone.
Harris-Decima checks in with the electorate.
Recently, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair has made comments regarding the impact of the oil sands on the Canadian economy. Have you read, seen or …