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If not carbon pricing in Ontario – which works well – then what, Mr. Ford?

If not carbon pricing in Ontario – which works well – then what, Mr. Ford?

Don Drummond, Stauffer-Dunning Fellow, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University
Dale Beugin, Executive Director, Canada's Ecofiscal Commission
Glen Hodgson, Senior Fellow, Conference Board of Canada; member of the Ecofiscal Commission
Mel Cappe, Professor, School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto; member of the Ecofiscal Commission

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'We are working flat out'

'We are working flat out'

June 4, 2018
This article appeared in The Kingston Whig Standard, with comments by Kathy Brock, Professor in the School of Policy Studies, cross-appointed with the Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University


Kathy Brock, a professor at the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University, said Wynne's idea of giving up five days before the election may not have been the best way to go.

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Canada hits back at US with tariffs on steel and aluminum

Canada hits back at US with tariffs on steel and aluminum

June 1, 2018
This article aired on CTV News Channel, with comments at (4:09) by Robert Wolfe, Professor Emeritus in the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University


Canada has filed a legal challenge to the World Trade Organization over U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum. We speak to public policy professor Robert Wolfe for his analysis.

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Doug Ford says he isn’t breaking promise to release fully costed platform

Doug Ford says he isn’t breaking promise to release fully costed platform

May 31, 2018
This article was published in The Globe and Mail, with comments Don Drummond, Stauffer-Dunning Fellow, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University


Don Drummond, an economist at Queen’s University, said voters who value fiscal discipline should find the Tory plan “very worrying.”

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