With Canadian federal tax revenues at their lowest in 70 years, Hennessy's Index goes back to the basics of public revenue generation with a lesson in tax cuts.
If income inequality -- where the top 20 per cent of families get 43 per cent of the income -- is concerning, then wealth inequality should be downright shocking.
Quebec's budget impoverishes families, contributes to accelerating climate change, and leaves it up to the private sector to choose what will be the makeup of Quebec's economy.
There is a good reason why the minimum wage has fired up so much debate lately. It has to do with how a "trickle-away" recovery has dogged so many advanced economies since the 2008 global crisis hit.
Does cuddling our children keep society from collapsing? An intriguing body of scientific evidence for this comes from long-term research on residents in Montreal.
Manitoba's homegrown approach to community development is being studied by other cities looking for ways to deal with the complex challenges of poverty and social exclusion.
Who is Canada's middle class? Are they the baby boomers or Gen X and Y? And, who are Canadian politicians addressing when they speak of the middle class?
Yesterday's 2014 B.C. budget contained very little news, as expected. B.C. has no forestry plan, no climate plan, no coherent infrastructure plan, no youth employment plan, no poverty reduction plan.
The 2014 B.C. budget should prioritize measures to set the foundation of a more just and sustainable economy, where prosperity is shared by all. Here are seven initiatives that will get us there.
Jim Flaherty claims that he's not balancing this year's budget on the backs of ordinary Canadians, Canadians in need, or the provinces and territories, but that's not true.