Policies that are uncompetitive and increase the time, costs, and risks associated with exploration could discourage investment in exploration.
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Eighty-eight per cent of minimum-wage earners do not live in a low-income household.
In remote areas in Canada, the cost of providing Internet service that meets the CTRC’s basic service objectives exceeds the price customers pay.
France spends slightly less (as a percentage of GDP) on health care than Canada, and has a higher number of physicians and hospital beds, and lower wait times.
Unions become more powerful from a ban on replacements.
Between 2003-04 and 2012-13, spending on public schools in Canada increased by 45.9 per cent.
In any U.S.-led tariff-driven trade war, Canada would be collateral damage.
Federal government transfers to First Nation communities rose more than 800 per cent over the past six decades.
It was only after the creation of wealth that Florence was able to afford such ambitious artistic achievement.
Investing abroad makes home-country companies more efficient, thereby enabling those companies to grow faster than they otherwise would.
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