It seems unlikely that print editions will experience any type of resurgence
The problem causing high housing prices is provincial and municipal land use restrictions.
If more people rode transit to work, the average commute time would be even longer, and the economic costs would be greater . . .
So long as ideology trumps reality, Toronto’s calcified traffic will put it at a competitive disadvantage . . .
St. LOUIS, MO, Nov. 14, 2009/ — Canada is the largest high-income nation in the world without a comprehensive national system of freeways or expressways. A report by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy released Oct. 29 recommended a remedy – an upgraded Halifax-to-Vancouver transcontinental motorway and other key routes. Behind those widely publicized proposals are some compelling findings.