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Mar 4, 2015
Red:Investments by non-financial businesses from the extractive industries (oil

Private businesses: Stacking up money, not investing

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Today, corporations pay a much smaller portion of their profits to the government thanks not only to tax cuts, but also to an entire taxation regime designed for their benefit.
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Feb 18, 2014
Photo: Linx Entertainment/flickr

Labour exploitation tastes better when we're loving it

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"Do what you love, love what you do"? Nice motto. But these words hide a two-way push which both reduces the value of the work accomplished by those who live by it, and dehumanizes others.
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Jul 2, 2013
Photo: caribb/Flickr

Is the housing crisis over? Not in the resource regions

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Philippe Hurteau
In Quebec, the coming of the new millennium coincided with a crisis in rental housing. From 2000 to 2003, each Canada Day, families ended up homeless, unable to find housing.
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Mar 14, 2012

Women's economics

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Women are not only getting more and more educated, they also represent the majority of university students. But not everywhere. Economics is one of the rare fields in which women remain a minority.
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