The Harper Conservative government's vision for Canada's future? Cuts, cuts, and more cuts.
Social service schemes announced this week by the Manitoba Progressive Conservatives to encourage private child care and introduce Social Impact Bonds soften the ground towards privatization.
The Harper government will be using its $14-billion Building Canada Fund to help it win the October 19 federal election. But let's look more closely at the Building Canada Fund.
At a time when the Ontario Liberal government is planning to privatize Hydro One, it's instructive to look back and see what the impact of earlier privatizations has been.
David J. Climenhaga
Even if the NDP eventually fails in Alberta, the way is not clear for the battered PCs to return to power.
The Harper government's deep spending cuts have left women facing a harsh triad of impacts: declines in labour force, persisting pay gap and weakened public services.
When she ran, Wynne seemed committed to new tolls or taxes -- to expand public transit. Then she backtracked, and decided to sell off parts of Hydro One instead.
The privatization of publicly owned electricity utility Hydro One in Ontario could contribute to the privatization of water and wastewater services, with possible trade implications as well.
The P.E.I. election is over, and the Islanders have sent a message with the highest voter turnout in 30 years: They want change.
One of the strangest arguments for Ontario's sell-off of revenue-generating assets is that the province has to do it because it can't borrow enough to support its infrastructure renewal requirements.