In a recent CBC article discussing a series of proposals created by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, AIMS Vice President Alex Whalen was quoted saying "I don't think taxpayer interests would be served by those proposals. The concern has to be that there are public dollars involved." Read the full article here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/canada-post-green-technology-banking-cupw-unions-1.4982899
For the 2pm hour, Marco Navarro Genie, President and CEO of AIMS, joined the Sheldon MacLeod show to discuss his recent departure from the Institute. What does that mean for him, and what does it mean for the think tank? Also, he responds to Nova Scotia removing barriers to interprovincial trade.
Craft Brewers in Nova Scotia feel they're being hampered by provincial policies, and Senior Fellow Ed Hollett knows why. Listen to him discuss the issue on the Sheldon MacLeod Show.
Career Opportunity President and Chief Executive Officer About AIMS The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) is seeking its next President and CEO. Entering 25 years of operations, the Institute is a unique, independent, non-partisan research organization. It is a source of information, ideas and discussion, based on credible data and analysis. AIMS is [...]
Education consultant Paul Bennett joined the Rick Howe Show in studio to talk about education in the province. Listen here: http://pmd.news957.com/podcasts/atlantic_talk_shows/RHshow/2018.11.27-1000.mp3
in the Telegraph Journal, education consultant and AIMS Senior Fellow Paul Bennet made the case for there to be a New brunswick College of teachers. Read on here
Where does your school rank? Paul Bennett (AIMS Fellow/Author) from Schoolhouse Consulting discusses his latest paper from AIMS with Rick Howe, set to release this coming week.
AIMS President Navarro-Génie joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show to discuss the latest article released on the charter school system, misconceptions regarding the system in Canada, and educational choice that can benefit Canadian parents and children alike.