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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:
Rapid changes in how Canadians meet their information needs bring direct challenges to the newspaper business in our country. And now Canada’s major newspapers are looking for government funds to face those challenges. But handing out a government subsidy is not the answer. In some communities, entrepreneurs have started new businesses printing newspapers [...]
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.
Alberta turned its liquor stores over to private retailers 25 years ago Today, there are more workers in more stores selling more products to Albertans at prices that are generally lower than they are in other parts of Canada. The local brewing and distilling industry is larger as well, selling its craft beers, [...]
The New Year brought a dramatic hike in Ontario’s minimum wage. The fight for fifteen is a job-killing fad and it’s not likely going to reduce poverty. The the Bank of Canada has warned, of job losses across the country, especially for young people. Employers will raise prices, cut hours, or lay off [...]
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.
All four provinces in Atlantic Canada will sell marijuana through government-owned liquor corporations. More government is not the solution. Atlantic Canada needs more entrepreneurs, especially in rural areas. We already have private growers creating more jobs, and taking a piece of the growing market for legal marijuana. Private retailers can provide better service [...]
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.
November 23rd 2017: AIMS on Campus Speaker Dr. Nimish Adhia of Manhattenville College in New York was featured on the CBC Morning Show the morning of his engagement to discuss his talk on what role immigration plays in the economic growth or depletion of the Atlantic Provinces. Listen here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12u4wc_qT-EpwEHN1GJgmcE3MPhOdYHYo/view
November 22nd 2017: Dr. Nimish Adhia of Manhattenville College in New York was featured on Night Line with Jonathan Richler to discuss his future talk on what role immigration plays in the economic growth or depletion of the Atlantic Provinces.