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Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Private businesses and international investors have lost confidence in Canada as a competitive place to do business (FREE)

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

Most politicians came to office well-intentioned but ill-equipped to deal with the complexities of energy matters

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

But some careful fiscal management would mitigate the adverse effects of Canada’s aging population (FREE)

Open the door to more affordable housing in Calgary

Open the door to more affordable housing in Calgary

Calgary’s new city council must encourage secondary suites, remove parking requirements and streamline the housing permit process

Nowhere to hide from 21st century retribution

Nowhere to hide from 21st century retribution

Righteous indignation and claims to victimhood are instant and valuable weapons in a world driven by social media (FREE)

Ontario must pull the plug on painful electricity-related policies

Ontario electricity rates for industry are among highest in North America, thanks to a series of bad government policy decisions (FREE)

Social recipe brews up a life that imitates a new work of fiction

Social recipe brews up a life that imitates a new work of fiction

KINSELLA Warren Kinsella’s new novel Recipe for Hate chronicles fanatics insinuating their way into positions of power. It all seems too real now ($$)

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)

Julie Payette crossed the line

TAUBE Payette’s disrespectful comments tarnish her position as Queen Elizabeth II’s federal viceregal representative ($$)

Canadians are masters of mediocrity but we can rise above

Canadians are masters of mediocrity but we can rise above

MCGARVEY NAFTA or not, we need a national commitment to excellence that would help break down regional barriers and connect Canadians more closely (FREE to subscribers)