Mistakes in novel areas of science inevitably happen, and especially in highly politicized periods where public panic can run high and governments are under the gun.
One columnist recently floated the idea of privatizing the TTC. It’s about time. Continue reading Toronto Star rightly floats idea of TTC privatization
Toronto’s City Councillors should take this opportunity to consider deregulating the city’s taxi market. Continue reading Sweden and Ireland deregulated taxis, Toronto should too
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois’ plan to spend $2 billion on job creation will end in disappointment and more debt. Continue reading Quebeconomics: more spending for fewer jobs
A dynamic toll road in Atlanta, Georgia is proving to be a hit with drivers. Continue reading Drivers willing to pay to move into the fast lane
Singapore’s congestion charge should serve as a template in how to keep traffic moving. Continue reading Dynamic roads cure traffic woes
Halve the rate of home ownership. Continue reading Bring back the rental market
Unbridled home-owning has become the single biggest threat to Canada’s economic stability. Continue reading Deregulate housing
In almost every country on earth, road networks have been bastions of government control, operating outside the rules of supply and demand, resistant to technological improvements that would lower cost and boost efficiency, and all but impervious to market forces.
That 3.6 million Canadians do not have a family doctor is a national disgrace, one that could have been avoided if politicians and health authorities had been listening to the public.