Published Articles

Jerome Gessaroli

  1. Charting a New Course for Canadian Prosperity,” National Newswatch, July 9, 2024
  2. North America Should Reconsider Its Electric-Vehicle Obsession,” National Review, June 17, 2024
  3. The Growing Gulf Between the U.S. and Canada on Chinese EV Imports,” RealClear World, June 7, 2024
  4. It’s time to hit the brakes on the government’s far-too-ambitious electric vehicle mandates,” The Hub, May 14, 2024
  5. Opinion: In post-disaster rebuilding, government needs to get out of the way,” Financial Post, April 18, 2024
  6. Governments can ease the cost-of-living crisis – they just don’t want to,” The Globe and Mail, February 11, 2024
  7. Vancouver’s Budget Task Force paves the way to easing up on property taxes,” Vancouver Sun, January 31, 2024
  8. The government’s zero-emission vehicles mandate is an arrogant, unnecessary gamble,” The Hub, January 23, 2024
  9. Balancing carbon ambitions, market realities, and corporate strategy is a significant challenge for CEOs: Jerome Gessaroli for Inside Policy,” Macdonald Laurier Institute, November 29, 2023
  10. Opinion: The case for converting Asian coal plants to Canadian LNG,” Edmonton Journal, November 27, 2023
  11. Why Canada should get carbon credits for LNG exports,” Calgary Herald, November 25, 2023
  12. Why it makes sense to use market incentives to mitigate wildfire intensity,” Vancouver Sun, September 19, 2023
  13. The price of poorly planned climate policies in Vancouver,” Vancouver Sun, August 12th, 2023
  14. Having global partners can help Canada advance its climate targets,” Vancouver Sun, July 20, 2023
  15. Liberals’ war on cars harms low-income Canadians,” National Post, Jun 9, 2023
  16. Policy or politics? A guide to critiquing Canada’s latest budget speech,” Macdonald Laurier Institute, April 12, 2023
  17. Don’t let Competition Act changes suffocate innovation, productivity,” Financial Post, February 16, 2023
  18. Bylaws should have a measurable goal and minimize negative unintended consequences,” The Province, October 6, 2022
  19. How to get conservatives on board with environmental issues,” Edmonton Journal, September 30, 2022
  20. Bank of Canada’s well-intentioned strategy has failed,” Hamilton Spectator, July 14, 2022
  21. Artificially low interest rates — we’re paying the price,” Toronto Sun, March 31, 2022
  22. Costly electric vehicle subsidies the wrong way to tackle greenhouse gases,” Toronto Star, March 28, 2022
  23. Vancouver needs a more sustainable property-tax policy,” The Vancouver Sun, January 19, 2022