The Ford government plans to invest $100 million of taxpayer money in technology companies.
The $3.8 billion program will provide up to $25,000 in subsidies per employer.
Advertisers pay for reaching groups of consumers that will buy their products.
When I play 18 holes, the person who benefits is me.
The federal government plans to spend $130 million on electric vehicle charging stations.
In a $19 trillion economy, the loss of a $70 billion industry just isn’t that big a deal.
A box of Pampers costs $70 off the shelf in Iqaluit compared to $35 online.
This week I got an email from the Quebec Liberal Party that gives new meaning to the term “Quebec, Inc.”
Question: If someone made $62,000 last year, had $187,000 in their bank account, and yet sought a $5,360 subsidy from government, what would the common sense response be?
Ever wonder how Canada's net federal debt reached $671 billion by 2013? Or how net provincial debt among the provinces ended up at $509 billion that same year? Wonder no more. It's partially due to massive subsidies to corporations, government businesses and even consumers that over three decades amounted to $684 billion.