On September 8th, 2017, CBC New Brunswick reported on the alternative system of Employment Insurance proposed in the 2017 AIMS study "From Tax to Security: an alternative to Employment Insurance" to better help Atlantic Canadians with their savings. Read the full report here
An editorial published in the Tri-County Vanguard, The Guardian and The Compass mentioned AIMS' 2017 study on gasoline regulation, What's Still Missing From Your Wallet? by Marco Navarro-Génie. The article assesses the study while making mention of facts and figures from the paper, contending that the Atlantic provinces should review their current system of gasoline price regulation [...]
NL news outlet VOCM published an article Thursday reporting on AIMS' recent policy paper Revisiting the Minimum Wage in Atlantic Canada, including comments from our own Ed Hollett. From the article: "AIMS’ Ed Hollett says in a research paper the group released last month, it was clear what the result would be here in Newfoundland [...]
A CBC NL article reported on AIMS' 2017 study on gas price regulation, What's Still Missing From Your Wallet? The article mentions AIMS President Marco Navarro-Génie's interview on the St. John's Morning Show, where he questioned the sacrifice made in affordability in favour of price stability, as a result of regulation.
A VOCM article in Newfoundland and Labrador reports on AIMS' 2017 study on gas regulation in Atlantic Canada: What's Still Missing From Your Wallet? From the article: "AIMS’ Ed Hollett told VOCM Open Line with Paddy Daly, a recent study by the group shows since 2001, consumers have dished out an extra $63-million because of the [...]
An article in the French-language Acadie Nouvelle mentions AIMS' recent policy paper What's Still Missing from Your Wallet?, including criticisms from UNB professor Rod Hill.
CBC NB published an article Saturday on AIMS' new gas regulation study, quoting AIMS president Marco Navarro-Genie. From the article: "The institute found that Atlantic Canadians are paying more at the pumps than other Canadians. In New Brunswick, the Energy and Utilities Board sets a maximum price every Wednesday night. Marco Navarro-Génie, CEO of AIMS, said government has more pressing [...]
In a report by Global News on Thursday, AIMS' recent study on gas price regulation was featured, with a quote from Marco Navarro-Genie. The report also mentions the 2015 Nova Scotia gas shortage as a consequence of price ceilings.
The St. John's Telegram reported Thursday on AIMS' recent paper, What's Still Missing from Your Wallet? Quoting AIMS President Marco Navarro-Genie, the article also restated the amounts by which consumers have overpaid for gasoline in each Atlantic province.