The recent move by Kinder Morgan on the Trans Mountain pipeline was a massive blow to Canada’s investment attractiveness.
Private-sector investment in factories and other structures down more than 23 per cent.
For smaller countries, access to the U.S. market is a major prize.
Overspending in the United States causes market forces to appreciate the dollar exchange rate.
It takes nearly two years, on average, to obtain building permits in Vancouver.
Quebec subsidies cost north of $2.4 billion a year or roughly $9,700 per child.
A phrase heard almost hourly at the conference was “this time is different.”
Statistics Canada is paying people to gather data on the current price of weed.
The ratio of household net worth-to-GDP has risen over time.
Universities are actually eager to increase the proportion of female professors.