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Why Saskatchewan’s Meadow Lake pulp mill was doomed

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

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Assume that Canada was sent a job posting by a headhunter. It sought applicants for the world’s top oil and gas jurisdiction (FREE)

New math doesn’t add up but can something be done?

New math doesn’t add up but can something be done?

Saskatchewan’s new education minister wants a back-to-basics approach to math instruction that would give students much-needed skills (FREE)

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportions

The Liberal’s Great Supercluster Screw-up just another drain on Canadian taxpayers

Alberta still loses if resource revenue removed from equalization

(Troy Media) Options for reform are severely limited so long as a rule requiring program costs to escalate every year remains

Another Trudeau turns on Western Canada

MCGARVEY (Troy Media) Justin risks a similar fate to his father’s if he also allows the radical wing of his party to undermine the economy

Should equalization really grow forever?

POLITICS (Troy Media) A rule requiring payments to grow – no matter what the circumstances – can only exacerbate regional friction

Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall leaves a remarkable political legacy

His populist conservative instincts broke new ground in Saskatchewan, making him one of the greatest premiers this nation has known

Trudeau’s carbon-pricing fixation out of step with Canadians

POLITICS (Troy Media) There’s growing evidence Canadians don’t like carbon taxes and are realizing they’re not the efficient and economically benign eco-tax sold by politicians

Canadians’ US$38-million-a-day gift to Americans

POLITICS/BUSINESS (Troy Media) Failure to build pipelines leaves us with no choice but to sell our oil to the U.S. at cheap prices, leaving it to sell its own oil at the international price

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