Haultain President talks to ET about the politics of vaccine transplant policy. Ideally, the doctor-patient relationship should set the tone, […]
Haultain’s President Marco Navarro-Genie comments on the appointment of Trudeau’s new minister of justice, and the effect the new minister […]
“It’s hard to imagine the country could be more divided than it is already,” he said, but added: “It has a significant potential for heating things up. And in making that gulf, that divide, a little bit wider.”
Haultain Research President Marco Navarro-Genie comments for the Epoch Times on the controversy regarding Alberta Health Services re-hiring Deena Hinshaw: […]
Marco Navarro-Génie, president of the Haultain Institute think tank, says that for many in the province, the Kenney UCP government’s key accomplishments were pushing for more fiscal restraint and red-tape cutting initiatives, standing up for Alberta’s oil and gas sector, and fighting addiction with treatment-based approaches.
An excerpt from the seventh chapter of our book, Canada’s COVID: The Story of a Pandemic Moral Panic, was kindly […]
“If you ask an Albertan on the streets what they think of the RCMP—should the RCMP be kept or sent packing—the answer will give you an almost clear indication of how they’re going to vote in the next election.”