Either Canadians or foreign countries will profit from oil—who do you pick?
Unless Canada quickly figures out that we must stop allowing foreign interests to turn us against our own energy sector, this country is in serious trouble.
Canadian economy experienced no growth or decline in July
Statistics Canada says the Canadian GDP was virtually flat in July, citing weaknesses in oil and gas extraction offsetting gains due to ongoing shutdowns in the industry.
PBO policy costing highlights uncertainty in novel Green Party spending promises
The Green Party’s proposed election promises and budgetary changes have been shown to have numerous mathematical discrepancies, as well as multiple omissions regarding the actual costs of their bold campaign promises.
Another sign the Trudeau economy is a total failure: record-high household debt
Increased desperation, rising pessimism, and debt costs surging to new record highs, the evidence is undeniable: the Trudeau economy is a total failure.
The number of minimum wage workers has doubled over 20 years
The data shows that the proportion of workers making minimum wage grew from 5.2 percent to 10.4 percent in just two decades.
Canadian oil and gas companies to be removed from stock index
After weak performance this summer as many as seven Canadian oil and gas companies could potentially be removed from the Toronto Stock Exchange index, analysts say.
Taxpayers paid $4.5 million so that MPs’ spouses could travel
Out of all MPs, six claimed nearly a fifth of travel expenses for their spouses, a cost totaling $737,199.51 for taxpayers.
Media spreads misinformation about Trudeau government’s “economic rebound”
Now, we know what to expect in the run up to the election: facts twisted into untruths, false narratives, and the government trying to buy us off with our own money while they lie right to our face.