Vancouver Sun: Conversations That Matter: Canada’s investment crisis


A recently published C.D. Howe Institute Study, “Declining Vital Signs: Canada’s Investment Crisis,” says, “Canada’s stock of business capital is not even keeping pace with workforce growth — ominous in its implications for current and future productivity.”

The report points out that “Canadian workers will have less capital … with which to produce goods and services, earn incomes and fund public services in the years to come.”

Stuart McNish invited Jock Finlayson, the chief economist at the Business Council of British Columbia, to join him for a Conversation That Matters about how Canada became a less attractive place to invest for international and domestic investors and why British Columbia is even less attractive.

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