An expanded Canada Pension Plan naturally comes with higher CPP taxes.
Canada raised tariffs in the 1930s and sunk into the Great Depression.
Regulatory red tape is resulting in fewer new homes than there otherwise would be with a growing pool of buyers, contributing to rising prices.
Living wage laws tend to reduce employment opportunities for low-wage and low-skilled workers.
A new study raises serious questions about book’s core argument.
Only 12 per cent of Canada’s team members won a medal in Rio.
Encouraging home ownership may deter the labour mobility vital for a dynamic economy.
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