On April 12th, 2018, AIMS author Michael Zwaagstra joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show on News 95.7 to discuss the substitute teacher shortage in Nova Scotia and possible solutions.
March 1st, 2018: Dr. Paul Bennett, author of the newest AIMS study, joined the Rick Howe Show (95.7FM) to discuss a new approach to education reform in the province.
Is the NLC distribution Plan What’s Best for the Province? Ed Hollett weighs in on the CBC Morning Show St. John’s
AIMS Senior Research Fellow Ed Hollett discusses the commercialization of cannabis in Newfoundland and Labrador and the government's plans for distribution on CBC's Morning Show in St. John's.
On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018, Marco Navarro-Génie joined the Sheldon MacLeod show during the Tuesday Power Lunch segment as a panelist to discuss the government's perspective on labour and education. Listen here:
On January 22nd, AIMS Operations Manager Alex Whalen joined Peter Armstrong on CBC's "On The Money" program. They discussed interprovincial trade, liquor monopolies, and the extent of government participation in the economy. Watch here: Pot company getting into liquor store businessA major Canadian marijuana company, Aurora Cannabis, is buying a stake in an Alberta liquor [...]
On January 17th, 2018, Operations Manager Alex Whalen appeared on CTV Atlantic for an interview discussing the release of a study he co-authored on liquor monopolies. Watch the full interview here: https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1306024
On January 18th, 2018 at 1:00 PM Operations Manager Alex Whalen was featured on News 95.7 discussing liquor monopolies in Atlantic Canada and the latest study from AIMS.
December 8th, 2017: AIMS President Marco Navarro-Génie discusses his reaction to the government's plan for the sale of recreational cannabis and why private sector sales would be more beneficial to the province.
On December 6th, 2017, President and CEO of the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies, Marco Navarro-Genie, discussed the province's decision to distribute cannabis through the public sector and why private sector endorsement would be a more appropriate course of action.