Canadians may be forced to contribute up to an extra $3,250 more to the CPP each year.
Accounting for non-pension assets in projections of future retirement income makes a difference.
A higher CPP benefit could trigger a reduction in federal (and provincial) government benefits targeted at low-income seniors.
The space industry is becoming very competitive. National monopolies such as NASA seem less and less necessary.
Regulations are difficult to remove once implemented, as they create groups in society with vested interests in preserving regulations
China’s low wages give it a decisive cost advantage.
Most Canadians who experience low income do so for only a short period of time over the course of their lives.
Vancouver’s growing housing costs are outstripping income increases in the city.
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