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
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
OTTAWA, Nov. 1, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - The One Country, One Market national conference on free trade in Canada is being held today in Ottawa at the Shaw Centre. Numerous political figures, representing various industries and universities, will take part in this important discussion for the economic future of the country. The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs and Internal [...]
The recent AIMS study An Untapped Potential for Educational Diversity was referred to in a piece by Fergus Hodgson for the Epoch Times, supporting the model in Eastern Canada. Read here
In an article by Fergus Hodgson in the Epoch Times, Marco Navarro-Génie and Alex Whalen were named and credited for their article Premiers the barrier to free trade within Canada under Troy Media.
On September 2, 2018, the Chronicle Herald published a letter to the editor referencing our 2015 study Education on Wheels: Seizing Cost and Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Student Transportation as evidence to support their claim of not "sticking kids on school buses." Another letter to the editor was published, in reference to a series of columns [...]
A series of blog posts written by SMU research fellow Azad Haider for the AIMS website were cited in the Halifax Star. These submissions detail the significant impact that students from Saudi rabia have on Atlantic Canada, referenced due to recent “training, scholarships and fellowships” for Saudi students in Canada becoming halted. Read the full article [...]
AIMS President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie commented in support of lifting Nova Scotia's ban on the development of its uranium resources. He also recommended scrutinizing "the containing mindset that leads us to ban the economic development of a particular resource", arguing that “we should be embracing every possibility to develop and grow the provincial economy and make [...]