Recent skills shortages in Western Canada, and a curtailment of the use of temporary foreign workers, make a single national labour market even more important.
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While some provinces have taken steps to rein in spending and balance budgets, Ontario is a laggard and Alberta has embarked on a new road to debt.
Only 0.3 per cent of the $7.9 billion spent by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada in 2011/12 went to Metis and non-status Indian concerns.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the report from the Commission on Private Schools in Ontario, so it’s a good time to crack open the several hundred pages and consider several proposals that, for a variety of reasons, were ignored.
The federal Liberals delivered their Throne Speech last week, emphasizing the planned middle-class tax cut. Yet there are two major problems with the government's proposed tax reform.
According to recently released data from Statistics Canada, Canadians are having fewer children, which means the average number of people per household has been declining—a fact that will inform the debate about income inequality.
To stimulate economic growth, Chief Bear knew he had to get his community out from under the archaic Indian Act land provisions.
The Ontario government is considering subsidies for the province’s fashion industry, which is a bad a idea for many reasons.
Tax hikes—particularly on upper earners—tend to bring in less revenue for governments than expected because people change their behaviour in ways that reduce the impact of the tax hikes on their tax bill.
Generation costs in Ontario have increased by 74 per cent in the last decade, and may grow to $13.8 billion by 2022.
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