Prime Minister Trudeau recently mused that not only will the $10 billion deficit ceiling be broken, but the return to a balanced budget by 2019/20 is now in question.
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Misleading claims about ‘poverty’ in Canada fail to distinguish between temporary and persistent spells
Only 1.5 per cent of Canadians remained stuck in low income every year.
While the overall federal transfer “pie” has grown significantly over the past decade, Ontario’s “slice” has also grown larger.
As B.C. budget day looms, Premier Clark’s first place ranking on fiscal policy no reason for complacency
The word “pipeline” does not appear in the Wealth of Nations, but what the Danube is to ordinary shipping, pipelines now are to the delivery of oil and gas.
In the 14th century, women of high status were routinely used as bargaining chips in political and economic alliances.
Market opportunities will improve for Canadian exports, and improved foreign access to Canada’s dairy and poultry sectors will lower costs of these products for Canadian consumers.
There’s been a lot of media coverage on “house flipping” in Vancouver, and quick sales are common in many real estate markets.
Dalton McGuinty laments that the Great Recession stunted his plans to expand Ontario public services
In his autobiography, McGuinty discusses how his first act as premier was to break his election promise and raise taxes.
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