The last time the federal Conservative party selected a new leader, three years ago, Canada’s small but powerful dairy cartel influenced the outcome by throwing its weight behind Andrew Scheer, who narrowly defeated the second place candidate, Maxime Bernier.
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37 NHL-sized arenas. That’s what the proposed Teck mine in Alberta is roughly equal to in terms of cost. It’s an absolutely enormous project for
Should you be allowed to use your own money to try to improve your health?
A quarter century ago, it was a controversial decision for the Alberta government to say “yes” to that question when it came to allowing private MRI scans.
SecondStreet.org compared milk prices in 15 U.S. cities and 15 Canadian cities … the results might surprise you.
As Canadians grapple with the result of the federal election and the naming of the new cabinet, when it comes to natural resource policy, it’s important to separate whimsical wishes from reality.
In 1898, government bureaucrats gathered at the first urban planning conference in New York to discuss a very serious problem – the “Great Horse Manure Crisis.”
While global demand for oil continues to increase, what’s the upside for Canada to keep it in the ground?
Ottawa’s carbon tax increases the cost of nearly everything New Brunswickers buy, from bananas to diapers…
Many protestors and environmental organizations in Canada want governments to “keep oil in the ground.” So why do those protestors use so many products that are made from oil?
SecondStreet.org decided to look into whether or not new carbon taxes are the proverbial straw that is breaking the backs of businesses…