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Atlantic Canada’s population is getting older faster

The four Atlantic provinces have the largest share of residents over the age of 65 in Canada.


11:43AM
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Hope springs eternal for freedom worldwide
The Chinese Communist Party has intensified its attack on freedom at home and abroad.

12:07PM
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National economy relies heavily on Toronto and Vancouver housing markets

B.C. has seen relatively low levels of capital investment in productivity-enhancing assets.


11:41AM
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Flawed federal carbon-pricing plan will hurt economy
According to the Trudeau government plan, the carbon tax will reach $170 by 2030.

11:49AM
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Higher federal carbon tax will imperil Canadian competitiveness
The federal government now wants a $170 per tonne carbon tax by 2030.

10:31AM
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Ontario’s finances—back to the ’90s?

The province expects a $33.1 billion deficit next year.


5:38PM
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Fiscal update—federal finances in worse shape than previously thought

Per-person federal government program spending will reach an estimated $16,350 in 2020.


6:06PM
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What a difference a decade can make—southwestern Ontario’s sobering lesson for Alberta

Alberta had the lowest top personal income tax bracket in North America in 2014—now it has the 10th highest.


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