Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jumped on buying an aging, climate-destroying pipeline, but has shrugged and shown no interest in using taxpayer dollars to create a Canadian-owned automaker.
A core belief of neoliberal capitalists is that government budgets must be balanced to prevent the accumulation of public debt. But is public debt necessarily bad?
Members of the new federal Advisory Committee on Canada's Poverty Reduction Strategy all have personal experience of poverty, and they are working to build resilient communities across the country.
Plan to try to cover the spiralling decline here...in preparation for our own movement of desperation for transformation....
The migration from Central America to the U.S. isn’t about people seeking the American dream. Robert Albro, cultural anthropologist, talks about an often overlooked factor -- climate change.
OECTA is alarmed that the government is cutting millions of dollars in education funding, mostly from programs meant to serve vulnerable students.
Elementary educators have provided key recommendations to the provincial government to enhance Ontario’s internationally regarded public education system.
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Marilyn Keddy and Peter Puxley talk about the work of the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia to defend east coast fisheries and communities from the dangers of offshore oil and gas development.
The Senate of Canada unanimously approved a bill that will require the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to annually publish a list of those convicted of tax evasion.
Author and economist John Foster takes a broader look beyond the economics of oil and explores the petroleum-related reasons for government actions in Canada and the rest of the world.