It’s been busy few weeks for the Mises Institute of Canada–between Liberty Now, the Toronto Austrian Scholars Confrence, and the introduction of Eric Sprott to our advisory board, the future is definitely looking bright for freedom in our fair domain!
*UPDATE: Our guest speaker this month will be Jesse Kline of the National Post! Check out his commentary here: http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/author/jklinenp/ Summer is ending, and what better way to send off these warm months than with a cold, carbonated beverage and hot,
UPDATE: The speaker for this month will be Martin Sibileau of Popular Macro! Check out his website at http://www.popularmacro.com/ Martin is a regular contributor to the Mises.ca blog on financial issues. Check out his archives here. The next Mises pub
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