On June 13th, 2018, AIMS author Dr. Paul Bennett had an opinion piece published in the Chronicle Herald titled "Opaque site selection process for new Eastern Shore school riles residents." The article discusses the current state of education governance and accountability, outlining definite problems and possible solutions. Bennett's latest AIMS study is referenced at the end [...]
By SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS (AIMS Senior Fellow) We are now officially at war with the United States – in a trade war that is. In response to U.S.-imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum, Canada intends to do the same on our side. Like any trade war, it could unfortunately escalate. Canada will unlawfully implement counter-measures which [...]
On Wednesday May 30th, 2018, AIMS President and CEO Marco Navarro-Génie joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show to express his reaction to the Trudeau government purchasing the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan.
An opinion piece by Ontario Director of the CTF, Christine Van Geyn, discussing gas price reduction in the upcoming Ontario provincial election mentioned the findings of AIMS study What's Still Missing from Your Wallet? as a basis for the article's critique of regulated gas prices. Read here
On May 18th, 2018, AIMS Senior Research Fellow Ed Hollett was quoted in an article published by the CBC discussing the impact of the recent Husky Energy discovery. Read the full article here
“Tackling high gas prices must be an election priority” AIMS Study cited in article by Ontario Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation
In an article published by the Toronto Sun, AIMS 2017 study on gas regulation in Atlantic Canada What's Still Missing From Your Wallet by Marco Navarro-Génie was referenced by Christine Van Geyn (Ontario Director for the CTF). Read in full here
On April 26th, 2018, the AIMS study High Homeowner Property Taxes in Atlantic Canada was mentioned in an article on New Brunswick published by the Telegraph Journal. https://www.telegraphjournal.com/telegraph-journal/story/100581433/creeping-property-taxes-nb
On April 25th, 2018, Senior Research Fellow Ed Hollett discussed the latest study from AIMS on property taxes in Atlantic Canada with Sheldon MacLeod on News 95.7.
High Homeowner Property Taxes in Atlantic Canada, the latest study from the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies, found that of the four Atlantic provinces, the rate increased significantly faster in New Brunswick when measured against increases in the Consumer Price Index. Residents of New Brunswick are also paying more of their household expenses for [...]
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.