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Robert Hajaly

Robert Hajaly is a retired teacher of humanities, specializing in public issues, at Dawson College in Montreal.

Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | April 16, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has continually insisted that the economy should benefit Canadians more widely, but the Liberal government has not gone very far in advancing these objectives, and needs now to greatly scale up its efforts, writes Robert Hajaly. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | April 16, 2021
Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | April 16, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has continually insisted that the economy should benefit Canadians more widely, but the Liberal government has not gone very far in advancing these objectives, and needs now to greatly scale up its efforts, writes Robert Hajaly. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | October 28, 2019
Alberta's oilsands, pictured in 2008. In contrast with this government projection, the Parliamentary Budget Office has estimated that if the government's carbon tax is more than doubled by 2030, greenhouse gas emissions will then be reduced by 30 per cent, writes Robert Hajaly. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | October 28, 2019
Opinion | BY ROBERT HAJALY | October 28, 2019
Alberta's oilsands, pictured in 2008. In contrast with this government projection, the Parliamentary Budget Office has estimated that if the government's carbon tax is more than doubled by 2030, greenhouse gas emissions will then be reduced by 30 per cent, writes Robert Hajaly. The Hill Times file photograph