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The renewable energy movement ignores real world problems

The energy revolution has brought conventional utilities to the brink, only to discover that solar and wind power can’t be relied on (FREE)

The battle against Airbnb flies in the face of freedom of choice

The battle against Airbnb flies in the face of freedom of choice

Everyday people who want to make money from their homes are opposed by unions protecting their members from competition (FREE)

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Winnipeg’s decision to go with new curbside collection providers ramps up unnecessary costs for taxpayers as the market for recyclables softens (FREE)

Communism’s pernicious influence persists despite the best evidence

On the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, some romantics still embrace the fallacies of communism and its sister socialism (FREE)

How alcohol is killing Aboriginal Canadians

In his important book Firewater, Harold Johnson talks about the enormous problem of alcohol abuse that plagues so many Indigenous communities (FREE)

Indigenous tourism is relatively untouched but the potential is vast

Indigenous tourism is relatively untouched but the potential is vast

First Nations should take an inventory of their cultural, spiritual and ecological assets, then develop ways to present them to tourists (FREE)

It’s reefer madness to think marijuana will pay the bills

It’s reefer madness to think marijuana will pay the bills

Marijuana legalization opponents say long-term health and social costs will be significant, through things like car accidents, and brain and lung damage (FREE)

Why Saskatchewan’s Meadow Lake pulp mill was doomed

How the Saskatchewan government’s predatory lending practices doomed the Meadow Lake pulp mill (FREE)

Giving teachers a voice in crafting a better education system

Giving teachers a voice in crafting a better education system

Considering the emphasis placed on critical thinking in schools, it’s ironic that teacher development minimizes debate and emphasizes conformity (FREE)

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

We placed a dismal 18th for ease of doing business, even behind such countries as Georgia and Macedonia (FREE)

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