Canadian economy sees minor growth, mixed performance: StatsCan
The Canadian economy is moving at a snail’s pace, being balanced by decent growth in some sectors and sharp declines in others, last weeks StatsCan report reveals.
Toronto District School Board caught in another spending scandal
According to Premier Doug Ford, The Toronto District School Board intended on buying 4000 of the priciest iPhones on the market all at the same time.
Credit agency says Ontario’s outlook has gone from negative to stable
The Ford governments reasonable spending plan is getting a nod from credit agencies.
CRA settles with wealthy elites involved in off-shore tax scheme
The Canadian Revenue Agency has settled with a number of individuals involved in an offshore tax avoidance scheme on the Isle of Man.
Social media threatens democracy by ginning up negativity, modifying user behaviour say tech-insiders
In order to safeguard personal liberty and democracy, the government must regulate the online public square and if necessary, shut down non-compliant social media sites altogether.
Trudeau government awards private jet company $5M in subsidies
The federal government has recently announced a $5 million “repayable contribution” to the Ontario private jet company Flying Colours Corp.
Montreal gas prices reach B.C. level prices overnight
Gas prices in Montreal and Laval shot up over the $1.50 marker for the first time this year, just cents away from the record set in 2014 of $1.53 per litre.
Postmedia hires former Kenney chief of staff to lobby for UCP War Room involvement
If Koolsbergen is successful in his lobbying efforts, one potential result could be the placing of UCP energy war room advertisements in Postmedia papers and on Postmedia websites.
Scheer calls for Canadian energy independence by 2030
On Thursday, Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer pledged that he would create an energy corridor from coast to coast in Canada and achieve energy independence by 2030 if elected Prime Minister.