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Compensation of government employees consumes half of all program spending in Ontario

For comparable jobs, government-sector wages in Ontario are 10.6 per cent higher (on average) than wages in the private sector.


11:25AM
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The realities of central banking

President Trump’s recent attacks on the U.S. Federal Reserve underscore the important role central banks play in any economy.


8:17AM
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Help us because we’re big and successful, help us because we’re small and poor

There are a number of services that seem unavoidably linked to homebuying.


4:19PM
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B.C. homeowners aren’t exactly ‘exempt’ from the latest speculation tax

The tax costs up to $3,584,167 in homeowner time.


10:21AM
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Misunderstandings about capital gains taxes

For most Canadians, capital gains do not show up in income or capital gains statistics.


1:40PM
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If every change is for the worse, what then?

The British House of Commons this week expressed strong distaste for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan.


12:20PM
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The late great economist everyone should know

Market leaders such as Amazon, Netflix and Google will fall by the wayside if they are unable to keep innovating and satisfying consumers.


9:49AM
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Ontario government lacks clear plan to reduce electricity rates

The province's electricity prices increased 71 per cent from 2008 to 2016.


10:07AM
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B.C. pipeline protests a harbinger of things to come

The Coastal Gaslink pipeline would stretch from Dawson Creek to Kitimat in B.C.


11:13AM
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How interest rates affect labour participation among Canadian workers young and old

Workers aged 55 years and over hold one-fifth of the jobs in Canada.