An expansion in the number of H-1B visas available in the U.S. could affect the supply of skilled immigrants available to other countries, including Canada.
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The whole country (except Nunavut) will be encouraged to over-invest in public transit since, under the cost-sharing formula, new dollars will only cost 50 cents.
By 2017/18 spending will be up by $50 billion from 2014/15, representing a jump of 20 per cent.
The barter economy exists parallel to the monetary economy all around us.
In the Liberal budget, only 0.2 per cent of the $8.4 billion designated for Aboriginal people is for skills and employment training.
Only four provinces allow people to buy private insurance for the kinds of health care provided by the government system.
Budget projects an increase in total federal debt of approximately $113 billion over the next five years.
As the Liberals table their first budget today, federal government debt has reached $692 billion.
New climate tests are unnecessary since the effects of pipelines and LNG terminals on climate change are negligible at worst and positive at best.
The Halalt First Nations recently filed a $2 billion civil case against a private pulp and paper company in B.C.