First, it has to be a replacement to existing programs and not an add-on.
Cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, with longer and less certain approval timelines, tended to see less growth in housing stock.
Honduras, Canada’s largest aid recipient in Latin America, remains a hub for the majority of flights carrying narcotics from the region.
An expanded Canada Pension Plan naturally comes with higher CPP taxes.
The average Canadian worker now works a lot fewer hours to purchase common household items.
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.
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