Once its net debt reaches $48 billion in 2020/21, Alberta will have burned through $83 billion in net assets in 13 years.
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The federal carbon-price scheme raises Alberta’s carbon tax to $50 per tonne by 2022.
Only New Brunswick and Nova Scotia created fewer private-sector jobs than Ontario, on average, each year between 2007 and 2016.
Ontario’s upcoming provincial budget will likely include a significant increase in government spending with an eye on the spring election.
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.
Not surprisingly, low-ranking countries include Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar.
Universities are actually eager to increase the proportion of female professors.
With this week’s resignation of Gary Cohn, President Trump’s mercantilist trade advisors are on the ascent.
It takes 21 months (on average) for homebuilders to obtain building permits from Vancouver City Hall.