www.quebec.huffingtonpost.ca/jasmin-guenette, p. web Quebec’s health care system continues to underperform compared to those in the rest of Canada and in other Commonwealth countries. en lire plus
The Heat is On! Why should Volkswagen be investigated for emission deception, but not government agencies?
Paul Driessen The heat is on! Not the unusual winter warmth in much of the United States – but the unrelenting heat generated by propaganda and pressure campaigns that the White House, EPA, Big Green and news media are unleashing in the wake of the Paris climate agreement … and as a prelude to the 2016 elections. A recent Washington Post editorial laid out the strategy. The long-term warming trend is “concerning.” Maybe we can’t blame this year’s strong El Niño “squarely on climate change,” but “one paper” says the number of strong El Niño …
L’économie américaine tourne enfin à plein régime, mais les industries canadiennes ne pourront peut-être pas en profiter pleinement Conference Board of Canada
Ottawa, le 11 février 2016 – La relance de l’économie américaine offre aux industries canadiennes davantage d’occasions de croissance dans une nouvelle ère en matière de commerce, mais peu d’industries canadiennes sont en bonne posture pour tirer parti de ces possibilités. Le supercycle des matières premières a pris fin et http://www.conferenceboard.ca/press/rss/news.rss
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www.journaldemontreal.com/blogues, p. Web Several goods cost less, while being of much higher quality than before. en lire plus http://www.iedm.org
Les stratégies de santé mentale sont indispensables en milieu de travail au Canada
Ottawa, le 16 février 2016 – La santé mentale est souvent mentionnée comme étant l’une des principales raisons motivant les congés d’invalidité en milieu de travail au Canada. Des recherches précédentes effectuées par le Conference Board du Canada ont démontré que la prévalence de la maladie mentale est élevée chez http://www.conferenceboard.ca/press/rss/news.rss
U.S. Economy Finally Going Full Throttle, But Full Benefits to Canadian Industries Not Assured
Ottawa, February 11, 2016–The revival of the U.S. economy offers Canadian industries expanded opportunities for growth in a new trade era, but relatively few Canadian industries are well-positioned to take advantage of the opportunities. The commodity supercycle is over and emerging market growth is slowing, while the U.S. economy is http://www.conferenceboard.ca/press/rss/news.rss
Fraser Institute/MEI Publication: Couillard government’s spending under control, but the tax burden remains excessive Montreal, February 4, 2016 – A ranking comparing the relative fiscal and budgetary performance of the provincial premiers puts the current Quebec government in second place among its peers.
Montreal, February 4, 2016 – A ranking comparing the relative fiscal and budgetary performance of the provincial premiers puts the current Quebec government in second place among its peers. This ranking measures government spending, corporate and individual taxes, and deficits and debt. With an overall score of 78.2 out of 100, the
With or without pipelines, Canadian oil production will continue to grow
Montreal, February 1st, 2016 – While the debate rages on regarding the Energy East project, the MEI points out that even in a scenario in which absolutely no new pipelines are built, oil production in the country will increase significantly from now until 2040, as the National Energy Board (NEB) stipulated
Fred Hoyle & Chandra Wickramasinghe Vindicated CO2 Emissions May Delay Ice Age
In a CCNet-Essay written nearly 20 years ago, Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe emphasised that mankind’s ability to inject greenhouse gases into the atmosphere was essential to “maintaining the present advantageous world climate, the opposite of what environmentalists are erroneously advocating.” A new study has vindicated their climate scepticism yet again. – See more at: The Global Warming Forum
Daily Economic News – from Citizens Bank – Jan 14th 2016 Bank of England leaves policy as is with an 8-1 vote again, Aussie employment report not as weak as expected, US initial claims shift higher, Canada new housing price index. remains steady
The Bank of England has voted to keep its key interest rate at a record low of 0.5 percent as weak inflation has kept the pressure off policymakers to start raising borrowing costs.With a vote, once again, of 8-1 policymakers decided to keep rates steady at their January policy meeting, particularly since inflation remains at 0.1 percent, well below the Bank’s official 2 percent target.Britain’s growth is among the strongest of developed countries but since crude prices have fallen to near $30 a barrel, this would suggest that there will be very little inflation in …
Top 50 US Think Tanks Ranked Who gives the biggest Bang For The Buck?
In this Forbes article, Alex Chafuen analyzes a new ranking of 50 leading US based think tanks. The measurement and ranking was produced by TheBestSchools.org a web portal focusing on on-line college and university courses. The authors relied on a new software which ranks digital marketing efforts. The analysis has its weaknesses but fourteen market-oriented think tanks appear on the top, led by Heritage Foundation, and followed by Cato. On bang for the buck, Mises Institute came out first. [wpv-post-body view_template=”credentials-in-articles”] The Most Influential Think Tanks In The United States: A New Social Media Ranking
Fianncial Markets High Lights Dec 14th 2015
Fed Focus for Wednesday; 76% chance of first hike since 2006. Oil drops below $35/bbl.; CAD falls to new lows before making up losses. Strong EUR economic data make further easing less likely. Chinese economic data beats expectations across the board, possible sign of stability.