Canada Regulations

The Cost of Government Deregulation

Larry Rousseau | Posted 09.28.2013 | Canada Politics
Larry Rousseau

Tragedies like the 2008 listeriosis outbreak involving Maple Leaf Foods, the 2012 E. coli contamination at XL Foods or even the more recent rail disaster at Lac-Mégantic remind us that government oversight of everything from food production to labour standards to transportation is key to keeping Canadians safe. 70 per cent of aviation companies in Canada were not inspected at all in 2010-11. Welcome to Conservative Canada, where the next industrial tragedy is waiting in the wings.

Change Vancouver's 'No Pets' Policy

Katherine Brodsky | Posted 08.07.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Katherine Brodsky

Human tenants can just as easily ruin walls by putting nails in them, or allowing kids to draw on them. They can ruin carpets by walking around in muddy shoes in-house -- and by a multitude of other more creative ways. Arguably, some pets are better than their human counterparts. In fact, many pets are perfect citizens with impeccable manners. Some are not.

Ottawa Goes 'One-For-One' On Red Tape

CP | Posted 03.19.2012 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - Bring in a new regulation, get rid of an old one.That's the key recommendation of the government's red tape reduction commission."We are reco...

Why It Costs So Much to Get Home for the Holidays

Steve Lafleur | Posted 02.21.2012 | Canada Politics
Steve Lafleur

Expanding the availability of low-cost air travel would be one of the most progressive policies that the federal government could undertake. Our outdated airline regulations are bad for consumers, bad for Canadian businesses, and bad for prospective airline industry employees.