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Macro-economic Policy

Incomplete, Illiberal, and Expensive: A Review of 15 Years of Treaty Negotiations in British Columbi

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Incomplete, Illiberal, and Expensive: A Review of 15 Years of Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia and Proposals for Reform

This study reviews the treaty process in British Columbia since 1993, its assumptions, costs, and outcomes as evidenced in signed treaties, final agreements, and agreements in principle. It analyzes the current federal and British Columbia government approaches to land claims and the initial hope: signed treaties, finality, fairness, and a desirable liberal approach to relationships between peoples


By Fraser Institute Canada.


Macro Economic Policy Resource.


There Are Limits to Canada's Resource-Driven Growth

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There Are Limits to Canada's Resource-Driven Growth

While it is easy to find made-in-China products in stores across Canada, what's not often recognized is just how much China is changing Canada in other, much bigger ways. Take our energy and mining industries. They are currently enjoying the biggest boom in decades, mainly driven by China's strong economic growth. This has sent world prices for oil and for minerals such as uranium, nickel, iron ore and copper soaring, triggering big new investments to expand production.


By IRPP, Canada.


Macro Economic Policy Resource.


Hispanics are Changing the Face of North America

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Hispanics are Changing the Face of North America

27 February 2007 CHARLESTON, South Carolina -- Are we heading for a North America with three official languages - English, Spanish and French? A continent where, moreover, Spanish may one day be dominant? One of the largest ever migrations of people on the North American continent is changing the look and the feel of the United States, and there is no sign of it slowing down.  By James Ferrabee.


By  IRPP Canada.


Macro Economic Policy Resource.


A New Accommodation with the United States: The Trade and Economic Dimension.

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A New Accommodation with the United States: The Trade and Economic Dimension. " The author, the Simon Reisman Chair in Trade Policy at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, argues that it is now time for Canada and the United States to take co-operative steps to enhance the security and prosperity of their citizens. The options are clear according to Michael Hart. ?Canada and the United States need to take deliberate steps to bring the architecture of their relationship into line with the challenge and fact of deepening interdependence as well as with the political and security realities ushered in by the events of 9/11,? he writes. Published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy

 

By Institute for Research on Public Policy , Canada.

Macro Economic Policy Resource.