Home » Archives by category » Eye on Canada

Not just blowing smoke: why governments should embrace vaping

Not just blowing smoke: why governments should embrace vaping

Instead of moving to group e-cigarettes with tobacco products, new legislation should recognize the health benefits of vaping over smoking (FREE with coupon)

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)

The soft tyranny of Quebec’s ongoing linguistic crossfire

Quebecers find themselves taking sides in language squabbles their better judgment says are irrelevant to life outside the political bubble (FREE)

Investor confidence plummets for B.C. energy sector

Tanker moratoriums, LNG plant cancellations, fracking reviews, government pipeline obstructionism are all taking their toll (FREE)

A smart road map to lower carbon emissions? Look to Texas, of all places

Texas switched from coal to natural gas and dramatically cut carbon emissions. Why doesn’t Canada follow its example? (FREE)

Justin Trudeau stands tall in China

MCGARVEY You’d have thought conservatives would have rejoiced at a Liberal standing up for Canadians. But no, they slammed him (BASIC membership)

Market factors, not national strategies, make housing affordable

As homes age, they should filter through various socio-economic strata. But construction approval roadblocks slow that process to a crawl (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)

The work to end poverty and homelessness is just beginning

The work to end poverty and homelessness is just beginning

The National Housing Strategy’s $40-billion investment is good news for Canada. But the devil is in the details (FREE)

Free speech is central to intellectual life, even at university

Free speech is central to intellectual life, even at university

PRICE A report for Yale back in 1975 was clear about how to deal with people who interfere with free speech: suspend them or expel them (PREMIUM membership)

Page 1 of 222123Next ›Last »