Our Jordan Bateman gives you the heads-up on more Impact Assessment Act fallout, the non-existent Lytton rebuild, and inflation becoming entrenched in the Canadian economy.

🛢 Our friends at CAPP are digging into the aftermath of our historic Supreme Court of Canada victory over the federal government’s flawed Impact Assessment Act, and are hopeful it will lead to faster approvals for responsible resource development projects.

🔥 840 days ago, the town of Lytton, BC, burned to the ground in a catastrophic fire. 835 days ago, Premier John Horgan promised the residents of Lytton that the provincial government would help them rebuild quickly. Now 27 months later, not a single home or business has been allowed to rebuild, as the NDP government and bureaucracy drag its heels.

💸 Philip Cross of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute says inflation is becoming entrenched in Canada at a rate higher than 2% a year, and government is only adding to that cost.