Dutch Disease

Is Canada’s oil sector harming the rest of the economy? According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the evidence points to
Elizabeth May has chosen to respond to my critique of her Green Party website post "4 facts about Keystone XL" here on the
Recently, Green Party leader Elizabeth May orchestrated an open letter to United States Secretary of State John Kerry, urging the U.S. to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. In her note, Ms. May states that she sent Mr. Kerry "4 facts about Keystone XL." Unfortunately, two of Ms. May's facts aren't actually facts, and two of her facts are so lacking in context as to constitute merely factoids.
The future of energy in Canada will determine the fate of our society. It must be widely discussed, nationally as well as provincially, beyond the boundaries of politics and economics. This is about the type of country we will leave to our children and grandchildren.
CALGARY - A suggestion that a commodities boom has caused a decline in Canada's manufacturing sector is being challenged
OTTAWA - The belief that the commodities boom of the past decade caused the decline in Canada's manufacturing sector is being
NDP leader Thomas Mulcair has thrown his party’s support behind a proposal to ship oil from Alberta to eastern Canada, saying
On Friday, Mark Carney told us that advocates of the so-called Dutch Disease theory have it wrong. A bit of data is a good thing in a heated debate. Consider Statistics Canada latest (seasonally adjusted) monthly manufacturing sales numbers covering June 2012 sales. And when you do, ask yourself a simple question: does the data support Dutch Disease -- or are we seeing a case of a Central Canadian Cold?
CALGARY - Canada's reliance on oil is "unambiguously good" for the country as a whole — not just the West — Bank of Canada
TORONTO - Don't look to the loonie as the biggest problem facing Canadian exports, Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney said