How can a nationalist government gladly agree to put a straitjacket on its own parliament vis-à-vis foreign investors?
The government is not claiming that CETA will actually create jobs. It is claiming that CETA will boost output by a dollar value deemed “equivalent” to 80,000 jobs.
This proposed treaty is about far more than simply trade. It is a constitutional-style document that affects many matters that are normally decided by elected legislatures after public debate.
The throne speech had a lot to say about Canadian families. However, the majority of Canadian families are left out of this picture. Not to mention the majority of Canadians.
Postal banking systems are proliferating around the world and are prominent in most developed countries.
The federal government is betraying Canada’s veterans by shutting down nine Veterans Affairs offices. Our veterans will have a harder time getting the support and services they need and deserve.
Plans for an LNG export industry need to be seriously rethought in light of carbon budgeting.
A recent Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives report found that Ontario's unemployment levels are twice as high as the overall provincial youth unemployment rate.
Young people under the age of 24 who have long said that it's hard to find a job now have the proof to back their claims up.
What is presented as a debate about “our values” is indeed nothing but a lame remake of the 2006-2007 melodrama surrounding reasonable accommodations.