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Trudeau’s infrastructure investment claim part baloney

Claims his Liberal government invested more than Tories did in five years. » Read More

Trump proposals would add $5.3 trillion to US national debt

Nonpartisan group says his agenda could potentially lead to a recession. » Read More

Economist suggests regulating carbon instead of pricing it

Research suggests the price of carbon would have to be $200 a tonne to meet goals set at the Paris climate summit. » Read More

Poloz supports CPP expansion to help future retirees

As stubbornly low interest rates persist, BoC governor thinks it's time for Canadians to revisit their retirement plans. » Read More

Unifor says concessions on pensions for new hires worth finalizing GM deal

Four-year deal includes wage increases, signing bonuses and lump sum payments. » Read More

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Manitoba hydroelectric route a $1B mistake that can't be changed

Former NDP government accused of placing politics before practicality. » Read More

A carbon tax or cap and trade: provinces must choose

Environment minister McKenna intends to apply a specific definition for what meets that standard. » Read More

Gates praises Trudeau's approach to immigration

Microsoft co-founder says Canada's willingness to accept thousands of Syrian refugees is good for business. » Read More

Wholesale sales up 0.3% in July at $56.5B: StatsCan

Motor vehicle and parts subsector leads increases, growing by 2% to $11.1 billion. » Read More



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