Canada's dairy, egg, and poultry industries are governed by supply management, which restricts production, controls prices, and restricts imports. This arrangement is bad for consumers, who pay high prices for staple foods without lower-cost alternatives. It also weakens the competition of producers. Changes to our U.S. trade relationship may push Ottawa to open the market to more [...]
Why immigration is desperately needed in Atlantic Canada - Marco Navarro-Genie, President & CEO, Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS), discusses why people aren’t staying in or moving to Atlantic Canada. Perfect Atlantic Storm Many Atlantic Canadians have to leave the region in order to find opportunities for themselves and their children. We're in a perfect [...]
On March 7, 2017, AIMS CEO Marco Navarro-Génie was interviewed by CBC News Manitoba about the newly released study published jointly by The Frontier Centre for Public Policy and the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies, which recommends shrinking Manitoba's civil service.
On March 2, 2017, AIMS CEO Marco Navarro-Génie, Vice Chair NL Leo Power, and Ed Hollett were interviewed by CBC Radio's St. John's Morning Show. The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) appointed Ed Hollett as a senior research fellow. Mr. Hollett will focus on policy research for Newfoundland and Labrador.
On Tuesday, Jan. 24, AIMS President Marco Navarro-Génie joined Buzz Local TV in Moncton to discuss AIMS's study, the "13th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey." Click on the image below to open the video.
On Dec. 9, 2016, AIMS Policy Analyst Jackson Doughart joined Jean-Albert Maire of Radio Canada to discuss AIMS's policy paper "Measuring Austerity in Atlantic Canada." The interview is in French.
On Nov. 24, 2016, AIMS Policy Analyst Jackson Doughart was a guest of CBC Radio's "Maritime Noon" program. Host Norma Lee MacLeod interviewed him about AIMS's study "The Size and Cost of the Public Sector in Atlantic Canada, 2015" before they took questions.