Econ 336 Writing Assignment #1
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Your Name (First Last)OpEd article (Author, Title, Source)Willingness to Present in OctoberNotes:
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Morgan Anisman
Blomqvist, Ake. To fix health system we need to invite competition from private sector. Globe & Mail
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In col B, give a proper bibliographic citation for the article you are writing on
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Karim SalhabPicard,Ottawa’s new tax measures unfairly target many doctors, Globe & mail0
In col C, give a number between -10 and +10 indicating your utility from rpesenting in October
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Ethan Case
Martin Pelletier, Beware the unintended consequences of Ottawa's private corporation tax changes, Financial Post
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- a negative number indicates you would rather present in December than October
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Mark Wade
John Paul Tasker, Fianance Minster Bill Morneu proposes tax change to close loopholes for wealthy, CBCnews
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- a large absolute value indicates you feel strongly about this
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Dan ProctorGlen Hodgson & Hugh Segal, Time for another loot at guaranteed annual income. Globe and Mail10
- if you ABSOLUTELY CANNOT present in October, enter -10
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Erin WattAnonymous, Road Tolls: It's time to say goodbye to Toronto's free ride, Globe and Mail-9
- please be truthful about your preferences
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gurcharan sehmbilars osberg, Ontario gets it right with move to higher minimum wage, globe and mail6
- note I will try to accommodate you but there are no guarantees
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Benjamin RudolphParisa Mahboubi - High minimum wages have minimum benefit, Globe and Mail6
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Kyle HaasMarcus Gee , Tory’s road toll is bold, risky – and should be applauded by Toronto, Globe and Mail-7
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David GooderhamMichael Wolfson, the sky is falling on small business, or is it?5
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Kai Stewart
John Paul Tasker, Problems brewing for budget bill as senators take aim at annual alcohol tax hikes, CBCnews
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Matthew Schwartzman
Watson, William. New data shows Canadians might actually be getting too much education. Financial Post
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Chaoqun Fu
Peter SHAWN TAYLOR, B.C.’s carbon tax: Revenue neutrality couldn’t survive exposure to politics, Globe and Mail
-10
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Yunshan (Grace) DengT. Corcoran, Why the rich should revolt - and it's not for the reason they think, Financial Post0
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Sadia AhmedAndrew Coyne: Most small businesses go nowhere, why tilt the tax system in their favour? National Post0
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Anna KovalchukCould the Ontario government actually lose money selling pot? (Robyn Urback, CBCNews)-5
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Ivan Troubitsine
Brian Lee Crowley. "Foreign home buyers are a classic misdirection. We must loosen supply." Globe & Mail
-5
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Mohammed AbuelaishDon't legalize marijuana by the Washington Examiner-10
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Wenying XuDan Kelly, Small business owners hope Syrian refugees can fill some long vacant positions-5
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Bijan Fallah-BordbarMason, Gary. For the solution to B.C.’s vacant-housing situation, look to Paris. Globe & Mail2
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Jiada Ye
Brian, L. C. Canada's tax system is far from unfair; top two-fifths of earners pay more in taxes than they receive in benefits. The Ottawa Citizen
-10
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Jiayi Zhou
Wyonch, R., & Sen, A. (2017, October 4). Ottawa, provinces must not let marijuana tax debate
overshadow policy priorities. 
-10
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