It’s odd to see Stephen Harper continuing to crow about his economic management prowess, even while almost 1.5 million Canadians remain unemployed and nearly one in ten people live in poverty.
A new CCPA study examines historical data on business investment and cash and finds no evidence in the historical data that lower taxes have have directly stimulated more investment.
So you think you can budget? Your choices have consequences on both the deficit and unemployment.
During Canada’s pre-recession economic boom, racialized Canadians were more willing to work, but experienced higher levels of unemployment and earned less income than non-racialized Canadians.
This year's AFB presents a comprehensive recovery plan designed to get Canadians working in good jobs, protect public programs, reduce income inequality and more.
A slow, steady, and quiet erosion of regulations by our governments put Canadians' health, safety and well-being increasingly at risk.
When it comes to regulations, Canadians trust their government is on the job.
It’s time for an independent commission to determine whether or not the public service can any longer protect our publicly owned forests.
A new CCPA study examines Health Canada’s harmonizing initiatives to date, part of the modernization initiative, and finds they have been putting private profit ahead of public health.
Canada’s best-paid 100 CEOs breezed through the worst of the recession with earnings 155 times higher than the average Canadian income earner, says the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.