Smart tax policy is one of the most direct ways of closing the ever-widening wealth and income gap in Canada.
Is wealth inequality a problem in Canada? Short answer: yes.
Dropping oil prices and a falling dollar are supposed to be good for the manufacturing sector. Do Canada's politicians have the wisdom to craft sound policies to respond to the new economic realities?
Do you know just how much money our country is losing to overseas tax evasion?
Because of low oil prices and weakened commodity prices generally, resource exploitation, the motor of economic growth for the Conservatives, is slowing down. Can the Harper government recover?
After a gain of 37,000 jobs in October, Ontario posted a loss of 33,900 jobs in November. Unfortunately, 80 per cent of those losses were in full-time work.
Another big report, another display of our witlessly shallow politics, which this time has outdone itself in its haste to pour sulphur on the head of Laurel Broten and her tax and regulatory review.
Canada's economy is increasingly at the mercy of a risk-averse, inept corporate elite addicted to government tax breaks, and an ideologically addled government. It is a deadly combination.
Here are some options for long term economic stability and fairness for Newfoundland and Labrador.
A new report warns that controversial investor protection rules in the proposed CETA could expose Canada to a new wave of corporate lawsuits that restrict the powers of all levels of governments.