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Canadians Using Underground Tax Route

Citizens want the government's hand out of their pocket. The often-stated certainties of death and taxes may not be quite so straightforward, at least in...

Open Skies Will Work If U.S. Stays Onside

Our southern neighbors tend to dismiss rule of law. In 1995, Canada and the United States modernized their restrictive 20-year-old bilateral air service agreement. It...

‘Indian Industry’ No Friend To First Nations

Outdated property rules ghettoize reserve residents. I am angry with myself and disappointed in Canadians. On Sunday afternoon, while driving along the seaside near Victoria on...

Canada Playing Catch-up For China Market

The economic effects of the political decisions will be widely felt. Federal Industry Minister David Emerson announced recently that China has granted Canada special "approved...

Electricity’s Future Is Selling Solar Back To Grid

Government must eliminate reliance on old models. Would you like to stop paying electricity bills? Would you like to receive a quarterly cheque from your...

Canada Faces Global Education Dilemma

Opportunity will knock if educators embrace change. “Looking for an accredited degree? Call Education Brokers Inc. Save thousands on your education. Let us shop the...

Silence Greets U.S. Attacks On Lumber Industry

B.C. is still paying the price despite rulings. With impunity, the U.S. bureaucracy continues to inflict significant damage on B.C.’s economy. Where is the voice for...

Time To Fish Or Cut Bait In Offshore Debate

Ottawa's offshore drilling moratorium needs to end, says columnist. Enough is enough. The federal government’s moratorium preventing drilling in the Queen Charlotte Basin, Winona Basin, Tofino...

System Could Restore Confidence In Beef Safety

Technology aids livestock tracking. An exciting, new, innovative, wireless telecommunication initiative may offer British Columbia and Alberta cattle farmers advance warning of infectious diseases. A steer...

Skills Shortage Could Sink Energy Recovery

Proactive solutions required now. British Columbia and Alberta place greater reliance on the oil and natural gas sectors to drive their economies. However, if they don't...

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