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The Kielburgers at a WE Day event (Image: Paul Williams/Flickr)
Brian Iler | An apparently hugely successful charity and social enterprise empire, WE Charity found itself vilified in the media, resulting in the loss of donors and the eventual closing of its Canadian operation.
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Finance Minister Bill Morneau with Kielburger in 2017. Image: Bill Morneau/Facebook
Yves Engler | A little-discussed reason the federal government funds NGOs is to co-opt internationalist minded young people into aligning with Canadian foreign policy.
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David J. Climenhaga | Countries that come out of this worldwide phenomenon fastest and in the best condition will be the ones willing to spend more and spend fast.
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Jim Stanford | After the immediate health emergency ends, government will need to step up with an ambitious, longer-term reconstruction program, centred on the lasting expansion of public services.
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Duncan Cameron | Cutting back government spending only makes economic slowdowns worse. Talk of "balanced budgets" needs to be jettisoned when people are losing their jobs.
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 Finance Minister Bill Morneau in the House of Commons. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | When Finance Minister Bill Morneau stood in place in the House of Commons on Wednesday, November 21, this is the economic update statement he dared not deliver.
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David J. Climenhaga | The location of rising water renders ineffective the tactics of friends of fossil fuel apologists, who would prefer the public doesn’t ponder the links between bitumen extraction and climate change.
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Bill Morneau. Photo: International Monetary Fund/flickr
Dennis Gruending | The Liberals are promising pharmacare but not a universal program. Let's look to the wisdom of medicare founders T.C. Douglas and Emmett Hall on how to proceed.
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Donna Borden | The Bank Act is currently under review, providing an opportunity for the Liberals to implement regulations that meet the needs of their citizens, and we want to make sure they do so.
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Finance minister Bill Morneau at an IMF event. If Prime Minister Trudeau is looking for allies in taxing wealth and high income he just got a major boost from a highly unusual source: the International Monetary Fund. Photo by IMF/Flickr
Murray Dobbin | An updated list of loopholes that would be popular and right to close down.
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Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall
David J. Climenhaga | What will those Alberta politicians who insist sales-tax-raising Brad Wall of Saskatchewan is Western Canada’s “real leader” say now?
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Dennis Howlett | If Finance Minister Morneau is serious about tax fairness, Canadians for Tax Fairness say here are three changes he could include in the 2017-18 Budget.