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On November 28th, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies published a press release detailing the institute's collaboration with the Canadian Constitution Foundation and Montreal Economic Institute to make a common cause to defend Canadians’ freedom to trade: One Country, One Market: United We Trade. Media Release Canadians are ready to bring down interprovincial trade barriers Halifax, November 28, [...]
The Telegram, 1 November 2017 by SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS (AIMS Senior Fellow) Food trends are difficult to follow these days. As with hip sectors such as the high-tech industry, the food industry is coming up with its own peculiar lingo when describing market shifts. One of the latest examples is “grocerant,” a word combining “grocer” and [...]
AIMS' President and CEO was mentioned for his appearance on the Atlantic Cannabis Forum's economic impact panel. The conference, hosted in Sydney, is "intended to appeal to businesses, legislators, regulators, public health and safety authorities and services."
On August 19th, 2017, AIMS President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie and his latest study were quoted in CBC News New Brunswick. Read the full article here
On August 17th, 2017, the Telegram referenced study "What's Still Missing From Your Wallet?" by President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie: "The study by AIMS president and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie said the biggest hit to consumers is in Nova Scotia, where motorists are paying up to 2.5 cents a litre more for gasoline under government-controlled pricing [...]
On Thursday the NB Telegraph-Journal reported on AIMS' new study on gas price regulation, What's Still Missing from Your Wallet?, quoting author and AIMS President Marco Navarro-Genie.
On Feb. 15, 2017, AIMS Senior Fellow Ross Haynes joined Sheldon MacLeod on News 96.7 FM to discuss his new role with the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies.
By PATRICK WEBBER (AIMS Research Associate) • Chronicle Herald, 04 January 2017 Austerity has become a popular buzzword over the last decade, gaining traction in the aftermath of the 2008 Great Recession and subsequent fiscal troubles in Europe. It has also found its way into Atlantic Canada’s public discourse. A plethora of local organizations, from [...]
By PAUL W. BENNETT (AIMS Author) • Troy Media, 03 January 2017 Schools across Canada went to great lengths in 2016 to re-engage fidgety students in what may be known as the Year of Self-Regulation. Coping with today’s restless kids requires every conceivable pacifier, including spin bikes, exercise balls, wiggle stools and standup desks. That’s [...]