Jim Flaherty, Canada's finance minister, is one of the most dangerous people in Canada as he prepares to deliver one of the most draconian and irrational budgets in recent years.
The Ontario government should adopt the good, minimize the bad by reversing corporate tax cuts and permanently restricting HST input tax credits, and forget the ugly, in the Drummond report.
Just six weeks before the expected announcement of the Ontario provincial budget, the government has finally released the long-awaited report of the Drummond Commission.
Ontario public service advocates and providers are becoming increasingly and rightfully alarmed about the direction of provincial finances, in the run-up to the public release of the Drummond report.
Offering a different approach from the Drummond Commission, "Fixing the Fiscal House: Alternative macroeconomic solutions for Ontario," is a research paper released by the Ontario Nurses' Association.
Premier Dalton McGuinty put a banker, Don Drummond, in charge of examining Ontario's public services and asked him to recommend ways to decrease government spending.
In Davos, Harpo shared his plans to cut the Old Age Security supplement to Canadian seniors. Only one problem: he never told Canadian seniors.
Harpo let the whole world in on a little secret at the World Economic Forum in Davos: he's going to cut the Old Age Security supplement to Canadian seniors.
The numbers and politics behind Harper's proposed changes to Old Age Security.
This month on the Hennessy Index: the Harper government's proposed changes to Canada's Old Age Security (OAS).