Media Release More control for parents and communities is best way to reform schools Halifax - 26 February 2018: By switching control of education from school district to school site, Nova Scotia [...]
On January 22nd, AIMS Operations Manager Alex Whalen joined Peter Armstrong on CBC's "On The Money" program. They discussed interprovincial trade, liquor monopolies, and the extent of government participation in [...]
On September 12th, 2017 AIMS President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie was quoted in a segment by CTV News Atlantic. Navarro-Génie expressed his belief that government funding should not be involved in any [...]
"The collaboration and support these companies enjoy from their government suggests that U.S. tech companies may rule America and Europe, but the Chinese will have the rest of the world—and that’s where the most people live and economic growth is at its highest. Infrastructure? China’s is the best in the world (at scale). Financial services? In 2016 China processed $790 billion worth of mobile payments; the U.S. did $74 billion."
By JOHN RISLEY (AIMS Chairman of the Board) Atlantic Business Magazine, 5 March 2018 I am not an advocate of the Chinese political system or their Modern Socialism, but we have a lot to learn from what China is able to do, and is
Nova Scotia leads the country in preserving natural habitat for future generations with more land in parks and protected areas than any other province or territory. The challenge in finding the balance between responsible conservation and sound economic development could mean keeping more of our chi...
Paul Bennett proposes a new approach to public education in the province to create a more effective, accountable, and responsive school system. His latest study from the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies suggests school-based management that would reduce governance to two levels: the department....