Ottawa has announced that it will slash approximately $380 million in its foreign aid budget, cuts that will have a direct impact on many African countries.
With 650 jobs being cut at the CBC, Canada's largest media union is concerned about the erosion of quality journalism.
Economists estimate this budget will cost tens of thousands of public and private sector jobs but provides very little information on where and how cuts will be implemented.
On International Women's Day, PSAC is highlighting the ways that cuts to government jobs and public services will harm women and exacerbate their social and economic inequality.
The Martin budget of 1995 was a major -- and, in many ways, catastrophic -- event. In the current context, we should look back on it, to learn whatever lessons we can.
For a penny-pinching populist, Mayor Rob Ford's policies are very expensive.
Despite their mutual antipathy, Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper are two peas in a pod when it comes wanting to diminish the federal public service and reduce its capacity to deliver to Canadians.
Windsor House was set up in the 1970s to meet the needs of students -- and their parents -- who were dissatisfied by the regular school system.