Blog
Bank of Canada
Christopher Majka | Re-asserting public control over our money supply is a critical democratic and economic issue. Paul Hellyer has spent decades advocating for monetary reform and at age 93 is not slowing down.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | In 2008 Stephen Harper said that Canada has the only banks in the western world that were not looking at bailouts. But a new report says that several banks did need extra money.
Podcast
Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | Calgary Dollars were first introduced in 1996. They are currently used by over 700 local businesses, community groups and individuals.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | Exposing what banks do, how inherently fragile the whole system is, and how unproductively its power has been wielded, lays the groundwork to demand a new approach to managing the credit system.
Blog
Arun DuBois | How to reconcile what we know happened in 1920s Germany (money printing, hyperinflation), with MMT views? After all, MMT theorists tend to downplay worries about "money printing."
Blog
Marc Lee | Once we start talking about "printing money," the danger is that misunderstandings about what money is get amplified. It is the belief that a colourful piece of paper has a certain value that matters.