Economists Say Subsidy For Student Jobs Shouldn’t Vary So Greatly Across The Country

News outlet Huddle quoted AIMS Vice President Alex Whalen in an article discussing the release of our study Rethinking Student Job Subsidies: The Case For Regional Equity in the Canada ...
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/ economics, In the Media

AIMS Canada Summer Jobs Paper quoted in Calgary Herald

AIMS' study Rethinking Student Job Subsidies: The Case For Regional Equity in the Canada Summer Jobs Program was quoted in an article from the Calgary Herald discussing federal grant money ...
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AIMS VP comments on Saint John road toll proposal

AIMS Vice President, Alex Whalen, expressed views on the Saint John road toll proposal in the Telegraph Journal. Read the article here: https://tj.news/greatersaintjohn/101024609 ...
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Eliminating bridge toll bad public policy, says AIMS VP

In an article by CBC PEI, AIMS VP Alex Whalen was quoted in regards to the Confederation Bridge's toll, saying any change in the contract with the company that operates ...
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Gouging, government policies blamed for B.C. gas price spikes

The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies was referenced in an article from the Vancouver Courier in regards to how "regulated prices in four Atlantic provinces have resulted in consumers in ...
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Drugs coming out of Canada are Reimportation

AIMS' 2007 study Drug Re-importation in North America and Europe: An Overview by Brian Ferguson was referenced in an article by the Epoch Times discussing the reality of drug imports ...
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/ economics, Healthcare, In the Media

Expanding Charter Schools in Canada

The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies’ paper An Untapped Potential for Educational Diversity was referenced in an article for the Epoch Times discussing the benefits other Canadian provinces could gain ...
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Foolish Fads infecting Public Education

AIMS Fellow Michael Zwaagstra discusses education fads and his recent book with the Danielle Smith Show: https://omny.fm/shows/danielle-smith/foolish-fads-infecting-public-education ...
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What are the shortcomings of education faculties? AIMS Fellow Michael Zwaagstra weighs in

Hear AIMS Fellow Michael Zwaagstra on the Danielle Smith show discussing his recent AIMS op-ed, Education schools should follow the evidence and drop the fads, on the shortcomings of education ...
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Province needs to tackle mounting snow days, (AIMS) education expert says

AIMS' latest study Missing in Action: School Storm Days, Student Absenteeism and the Workplace was referenced in a CBC New Brunswick article discussing the findings of AIMS author Dr. Paul ...
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A new rural economy? AIMS study featured in the Chronicle Herald

The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies' paper Dearth of Opportunity: Tax Burden and Youth Outmigration in Atlantic Canada was referenced in an article for the Chronicle Herald discussing how innovative ...
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Resource Revenue in Atlantic Canada

A study by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies was mentioned in a CBC NL article discussing the possibility of a global economy in Newfoundland. The article states how "the ...
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