Writing for the National Post, Andrew Coyne hits the nail right on the head when he explains why there should be no government bailout of BlackBerry
On Thursday, Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced a partnership between the federal government and the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario aimed at creating national uniformity in the regulation of securities. The arrangement, entitled the “co-operative capital markets regulatory system,” will be encouraged on the other provinces in a bid to create a single […]
(Originally appearing at LvMIC.) The motto of the province of Ontario is Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet which, translated from the original Latin, means: “Loyal she began, loyal she remains.” This is an homage to the province’s historical affiliation with the monarchy of Britain. However, in the year since the release of the Drummond Commission report, […]
Recently, paediatric neurosurgeon Benjamin Carson raised the ire of President Barack Obama by criticizing the progressive income tax during his speech at the American National Prayer Breakfast. Meanwhile, Professor Joseph Salerno, writing at the Circle Bastiat, explains the punitive nature of proportional income taxation, i.e. the flat tax
Here is a chart detailing money supply growth in Canada.
I live in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, which is located on the Canada-U.S. border, neighbouring Michigan. Here, it is commonplace for Canadians to go shopping “across the river.”
Freedom, as applied to the ownership of firearms for self-defence purposes, is a delicate issue. It has a tendency to offend the sensibilities of squeamish individuals.