The fundamental objection to equalization and equalization-type provisions in many federal programs is that they are entirely counterproductive. They do exactly the opposite of what
By Marco Navarro-Génie, President of the Haultain Research Institute. Good morning, and thank you for that introduction. Thank you to Danny for inviting me to
The current problem isn’t that Alberta and Saskatchewan are landlocked per se. Many territories in the world – independent states and sub-national states – are landlocked but are very prosperous without the obstructing actions of their neighbours.
This paper examines the fundamental rights of Albertans and Saskatchewanians have to tidewater, riparian rights, economic rights, and mobility rights; and the neglect of those
XR are prepared to go to prison and, like most cults, are prepared to wreak havoc onto the world until the world meets their demands and converts, non-violently for now. But that may change. Their sense of urgency may turn in frustration to violent desperation, prompting their twisted logic to jump to vandal criminal action.