By JOHN RISLEY (AIMS Board Chair) Atlantic Business Magazine, 27 April 2018 When we elected our current federal government, we thought we had elected one that was slightly left of center. In practice we seem to have elected one that’s experimenting with moving even further to the left. The value of such as a shift is that if you can steal [...]
“Tackling high gas prices must be an election priority” AIMS Study cited by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation
In an article published by the Toronto Sun, AIMS 2017 study on gas regulation in Atlantic Canada What's Still Missing From Your Wallet by Marco Navarro-Génie was referenced by Christine Van Geyn (Ontario Director for the CTF). Read in full here
By Sylvain Charlebois (AIMS Senior Fellow) The Telegraph Journal, 16 May 2018 Retail food prices are not moving much these days. They are barely higher than last year, with a modest increase of 0.5 per cent. In fact, according to Statistics Canada, prices dropped over all by 0.7 per cent over the winter months. South of the border, U.S. grocers [...]
AIMS Chairman John Risley was mentioned and quoted in a Globe and Mail article, explaining how the Institute's priority is to maintain non-partisanship by rejecting Kevin O'Leary's pitch to match the first $25,000 in ticket sales for a Halifax-based event in a donation to AIMS. Read the full report here
On April 26th, 2018, the AIMS study High Homeowner Property Taxes in Atlantic Canada was mentioned in an article on New Brunswick published by the Telegraph Journal. https://www.telegraphjournal.com/telegraph-journal/story/100581433/creeping-property-taxes-nb
On April 25th, 2018, Senior Research Fellow Ed Hollett discussed the latest study from AIMS on property taxes in Atlantic Canada with Sheldon MacLeod on News 95.7.