The Harper Conservative government's vision for Canada's future? Cuts, cuts, and more cuts.
Finance Minister Martin Coiteux congratulated himself on cutting close to 500 public service jobs since January 1. Is this a good strategy for encouraging investment?
Does CBC management really think news is separate from entertainment? Everyone knows news is entertainment, too.
Last June, the federal government drastically cut health-care coverage for refugee claimants in Canada. Since then doctors have been unable to help hundreds of patients with treatable conditions.
It is crucial to remember that these cut backs are not theoretical or abstract, they have had and unfortunately will continue to have harsh, negative effects on thousands of ordinary Canadians.
The Conservative budget for 2012 will weaken environmental standards across the board. This is especially concerning when it comes to corporations seeking approval for major industrial projects.
One of the casualties of Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's 2012 budget was the CBC. The network faces a 10 percent cut in funding over the next 3 years.
Speaking at the Surrey Day of Action, I shared some of my analysis of the B.C. Budget and debunked myths around the economic context in which the B.C. teachers' bargaining process is taking place.
Whew, what a ride this whole Drummond frenzy has been! Starting months ago, speculation began on what the report would contain.
Caterpillar's approach to labour relations is just one example of the growing evidence that capital and its right-wing political minions are determined to eradicate what's left of organized labour.