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Tom Baird has 35 articles published.

The time for a carbon tax is now

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With oil prices falling and budget deficits growing, a carbon tax is the smartest way to deal with the province’s fiscal crisis.

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Right-sizing the House of Assembly

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A debate has erupted over how many seats should be elected to our legislature. What does a comparison with national trends tell us about the issue?

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What do falling oil prices mean for Muskrat Falls?

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Cost overruns and a collapse in oil prices have seriously undermined the case for building Muskrat Falls

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Public sector jobs down 20 per cent over last two years

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In less than two years, the Newfoundland and Labrador public sector has shrunk by more than a fifth its size in late 2012. Where did all the jobs go?

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Just how bad are the new Muskrat Falls cost estimates?

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The price of electricity is going to rise even more than we thought

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4 simple ways #PCNL can save face

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The Progressive Conservatives have only one year left in power. Here is how they can avoid spending the next decade in the political wilderness.

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Quick guide to where the St. John’s election candidates stand

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Using data from the Indy’s questionnaire, we highlight candidates’ positions on polarizing issues.

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Don’t fear the moose

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Concern about moose on the highway is overblown. Here’s why.

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Is crime getting worse?

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Some recent reports of rising crime rates in St. John’s are misleading because they neglect to account for some important facts…

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Older workers have fallen behind in the boom

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Not everyone is benefiting from the province’s strong economy. Here are a few things to consider as we ask why middle-aged workers, particularly those outside the capital region, are being left behind.

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The inevitability of marijuana legalization

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Marijuana legalization is starting to look inevitable, but how long will we have to wait?

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“Right-sizing” the public sector

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It’s time to take a look at our swelling public sector as the provincial government gets ready to deliver its budget on Tuesday.

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Our housing crisis

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Why the skyrocketing cost of housing in St. John’s is a problem for everyone in the province.

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Population growth and “scary” demographics

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We’re losing young people, our population is aging, and many, including the premier, are concerned about the future of our province. Here’s a look at some numbers and a suggestion on how to address the problem.

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“Why I believe in progressive taxation”

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The debate continues…

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