During the provincial election campaign, political parties in Nova Scotia presented their policy platforms, which detailed a governing agenda for the next four years.
For the first time, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies has released its own document, listing non-partisan policy proposals for the province’s next government. Gleaned from interviews with dozens of the province’s leading policy minds, the AIMS Platform for Nova Scotia proposes strategies for a better and growing economy.
Among the authors’ suggestions are road tolls for financing highway construction, a per-person government spending cap, and overturning the moratorium on fracking for onshore natural gas.
To read the AIMS Platform for Nova Scotia, please visit A-I-M-S dot CA slash PLATFORM.