SecondStreet.org released today a running listing of various rules and regulations that government bodies in Canada have been relaxing to help people and businesses cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Following the recent cancellation of the Teck mine in Alberta, SecondStreet.org updated its list of stalled or cancelled natural resource projects in Canada since 2014. The value of those projects is now more than the equivalent of building an NHL-sized arena every day for a year.
With Christmas just around the corner, SecondStreet.org, a new Canadian think tank, released a report that examines which provinces allow Canadians to purchase a private MRI scan for themselves or for a loved one.
New Canadian think tank SecondStreet.org released today a report that examines large cities in Canada and the double pensions they provide to some municipal employees.
SecondStreet.org released a new policy brief today that examines milk prices in the U.S. and Canada. The study calculated that Canadians are paying approximately 29% more per litre of milk than American consumers …
In advance of Friday’s “climate strike” in Vancouver, SecondStreet.org released today “Oil in the classroom,” a short video clip that examines all kinds of products in a typical Canadian classroom that are made at least in part with oil.
This policy brief examines Canadians’ feelings about carbon taxes generally, as well as their personal willingness to pay.
Poll shows Canadians believe carbon taxes will make our nation’s business climate less competitive and will make it more difficult for companies to pay their employees and hire new ones…
Our new policy brief shows that over $196 billion in natural resource projects have been stalled or cancelled due (at least in part) to government policies over the past five years.
Une nouvelle étude montre que le Canada a manqué des milliards de dollars d’occasions de mise en valeur de ses ressources
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