Increased food prices will impact all Canadians, but it is the most vulnerable who will be hit hardest. It is unthinkable that anyone should suffer from food insecurity.
The most optimistic forecasts of the TPP's effects on Canada point to an increase of around one per cent to the economy by the year 2030.
If ethics don't enter into job creation, why stop at Saudi Arabia?
2015 was a rocky year for jobs, and trends show 2016 could be even worse without government action. The Canadian Labour Congress cautions that our medium-term economic situation is still precarious.
There are encouraging signs that the new government in Ottawa is ready to break from the worst excesses of the Harper government. But on trade? The Liberals aren't so different.
By 12:18 p.m. on the first working day of 2016, Canada's highest-paid CEOs already pocketed the average working person's full-year salary.
Canada is bleeding money because our tax system hasn't caught up to twenty-first century practices. An overhaul is long overdue.
Yesterday, the B.C. provincial government released its 2015/16 Second Quarterly Report. The news is not very good.
The Liberals not also promised in the election campaign to carry a deficit of no more than $10 billion -- but now the numbers don't add up. What can they do?
Working Canadians have been poorly served by the economic performance of the last 40 years. A new direction is needed now.