On April 20th 2018, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies was mentioned in an article in the Telegraph Journal discussing the Comeau case. Read the full article here: https://www.telegraphjournal.com/telegraph-journal/story/100576458
By Sylvain Charlebois (AIMS Senior Fellow) The Supreme Court ruling is a significant loss for consumers and our Canadian economy, but a great win for inertia. The Comeau case was never just about beer. It was essentially about enabling our domestic economy across the country to thrive. For the agrifood sector, the decision would have [...]
On Thursday, April 19th 2018, after the Supreme Court made the decision to uphold restrictive laws on interprovincial trade barriers, AIMS President Marco Navarro-Génie was featured on the Sheldon MacLeod show to discuss the unconstitutional ruling.
On Thursday, April 19th 2018, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies was mentioned in a release issued by the MEI on the CISION newswire. The article criticizes the Supreme Court's decision to uphold restrictive laws and the missed historic opportunity to free the Canadian economy from its numerous trade barriers. The piece mentions the collaboration between [...]
AIMS - Press Release View this email in your browser Media Release Supreme Court of Canada Rules in Favour of Restriction, Not Rights Halifax - 19 April 2018: The Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling today to uphold protectionist restrictions on interprovincial trade is a missed opportunity to advance the Canadian economy by creating greater economic freedom as intended [...]
On Monday, April 16th 2018, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies was mentioned in a release issued by the MEI on the CISION newswire. The article is an update on the Comeau Case (on Thursday, April 19th the Supreme Court will hand down a decision regarding interprovincial trade barriers in Canada) and mentions the collaboration [...]
The trade war between Alberta and British Columbia is a stark reminder that while Canadians have one country, we certainly do not have one market. As Canadians, we’re proud to live in a country made up of 13 unique provinces and territories. We travel for many reasons but something as simple as [...]
The Atlantic Institute for Market Studies and Marco Navarro-Génie were both mentioned in an article, published by the the Chronicle Herald, by Canadian Constitution Foundation's executive director Howard Anglin commenting on Alberta's boycott of B.C. wine and trade in Canada overall. Read the commentary here