Join Lieutenant Stanfordo (CAW Economist Jim Stanford) as he attempts to find out what has actually happened to Canada's supposed economic recovery.
This short summary of the Harper record on the economy may have even some Conservatives think twice before they elect the next Manager in Chief.
If the present election was being held next fall, Stephen Harper's name might be mud on his strongest boast: the economy.
The Conservatives' drive for a majority is premised on positioning themselves as the best economic managers. But in reality, the claim that things are better here has never been statistically valid.
Why is greed and love of money considered good in the case of a wealthy investor, while the wider desire for a decent living standard is considered an expectation to be curbed in ordinary citizens?
Author Richard Wolff speaks with Redeye about the reality of the global economic meltdown. Wolff argues that the only way to avoid the instability of capitalism is to fundamentally change the system.
National Council of Welfare
More effective solutions exist says new NCW report, stating recipients often need to be completely destitute before even being considered for welfare.
If the federal government adopts an austerity budget in the spring, as all signs suggest Flaherty intends to do, it will slow the economy further, and make things worse for Canadians.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Canada's richest one per cent are taking more of the gains from economic growth than ever before in recorded history, says a new report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
The U.S. Fed's latest bubble looks set to grow in stocks and commodities. Commodities? You mean the natural resources that Canada's economy is so famous for? Yep. Here are some thoughts on a way out.