On September 8th, 2017, President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie appeared in the Halifax Examiner. Navarro-Génie commented on Bill 148 and his expectations of Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil. Read the full article here
On August 18th, 2017, President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie was mentioned on Radio-Canada. Read full article here: L'Institut atlantique des études de marché (AIMS) estime que la réglementation des prix de l'essence, en Atlantique, a mené à des prix plus élevés pour les consommateurs. Le groupe de réflexion conclut que les consommateurs en Nouvelle-Écosse, [...]
On August 14th, 2017, Operations Manager Alex Whalen commented on the softwood lumber dispute in an interview with Adam Huras from the Telegraph Journal. Full article can be read here
http://www.aims.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Sheldon-Marco-Minimum-Wage.mp3 On July 19, 2017, AIMS President & CEO Marco Navarro-Génie appeared on News 95.7's Sheldon MacLeod Show to discuss the minimum wage. He is co-author of the AIMS study Revisiting the Minimum Wage in Atlantic Canada.
On June 7, 2017, AIMS Author Pierre Lemieux joined Jean-Albert Maire of Radio-Canada to discuss his latest paper, The Benefits of Trade. The interview is in French. http://www.aims.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Lemieux_Radio_Canada_Free_Trade_Jun_7_17.mp3
La Production des permis de conduire en Atlantique sera centralisée - Le Téléjournal Acadie 2 Juin 2017: Une nouvelle procédure sera mise en place en ce qui a trait à la création de permis de conduire, et ce dans les quatre provinces de l'Atlantique. Sécurité et cohérence seront mises de l'avant.
On June 1, 2017, AIMS Research Coordinator, Jackson Doughart, joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show on News 95.7 FM to discuss his latest study with David Murell, Household Savings in Atlantic Canada, 1981-2015. >> Read article on CBC.ca/PEI >> Read the study: Household Savings in Atlantic Canada, 1981-2015
A study by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies has found people in Atlantic Canada save less money than the rest of Canada, especially in Prince Edward Island. Jackson Doughart, a research coordinator says the saving rates in the four provinces is considerably lower than in other provinces and territories. He said the study from 1981 until 2015, showed [...]
On May 25, AIMS Author David Murrell joined Bob Murphy on CBC Mainstreet to discuss Nova Scotia's low household savings rate. For more, please see Household Savings in Atlantic Canada, 1981-2015.