Ending ‘Come from Away’ starts with the economy

In the National Post, AIMS policy analyst Jackson Doughart argues that the Maritime custom of saying that foreign-born people “come from away” is a product of the provinces’ poor economies and mistrust of Upper Canada. To soften the region’s “parochial edge,” governments must adopt pro-growth policies to counter worrying demography.

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