- Lawrence Solomon: Amazon doesn’t compete in the free market. It should have to.
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Category Archives: Garbage
(August 10, 2009) It’s time to shed the dead weight of the bureaucracy. Toronto’s municipal strike is over. Some 30,000 garbage and other workers are back on the job. That’s at least 15,000 too many. Continue reading
(July 24, 2009) One month into Toronto’s municipal strike marked by growing mounds of garbage, a majority of Torontonians – supported by some councillors – want the city to fire the striking garbage collectors and contract out garbage collection. Private contractors are unlikely to strike, they reason, and would also cost a lot less. Continue reading