Canada’s oil and gas industry should be converted to a public-interest industry whose mandate would be to serve the broader public interest, not just the private interests of owners and shareholders.
The top 100 Canadian CEOs pocketed what takes Canadians earning an average income an entire year to make by 1:01 p.m. Jan. 4 -- the first working day of the year.
After spending so much on the Olympics, will the B.C. government claim that the cupboard is bare when they table the 2010 budget two days after the Games end?
Canada likes to think of itself as the country that emerged from the financial crisis squeaky clean. Too bad it is abdicating a leadership role in creating a safer financial system going forward.
Oct 1, 2009 to Oct 2, 2009
Parliament Hill Ottawa , ON
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Join Filmmaker Paul Manly and NDP Trade Critic, Peter Julian at a special public screening of the new feature documentary You, Me and the SPP: Trading Democracy for Corporate Rule.
'You Ask' invites news makers and leaders of social movements to answer questions that you ask. Tune in to rabbletv tonight at 8p.m. EST, when you can help interview Bruce Campbell of the CCPA.
The income gap between the rich and the rest has been growing, in good times and in bad. Learn more about it with this video.
In order to pass laws, any minority government needs a parliamentary majority. Thus, no prime minister can continue to hold power without creating a formal, or (less often) informal coalition.
CEOs, financial wizards and their ilk apparently need annual million dollar bonuses as their work incentive.
Tony Clarke launches his book<em> Tar Sands Showdown</em> in Ottawa.