Deficit spending is no free lunch; it’s a bill to future taxpayers

The government should stop kicking the can down the road and reduce federal spending now to avoid future tax increases

Deficit spending is no free lunch; it’s a bill to future taxpayers
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The government should stop kicking the can down the road and reduce federal spending now to avoid future tax increases

Fake tough: Donald Trump’s tantrum over Canada

How do we cope with a bully? We stand united, with balance and nuance, and a boxer's certainty in our responses

Fake tough: Donald Trump’s tantrum over Canada
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How do we cope with a bully? We stand united, with balance and nuance, and a boxer’s certainty in our responses

Pipeline drama provides great politics, dubious policy

This is as close as Canadian politics gets to reality TV, with self-interested actors embroiled in conflict against a common enemy

Pipeline drama provides great politics, dubious policy
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This is as close as Canadian politics gets to reality TV, with self-interested actors embroiled in conflict against a common enemy

CPP’s perpetual head start

Private pensions face regulatory burdens that the Canada Pension Plan does not

CPP’s perpetual head start
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Private pensions face regulatory burdens that the Canada Pension Plan does not

Economic incentives pay dividends

A recognition that incentives matter would require a wholesale reversal of many, if not most, of the economic policies enacted by the Trudeau government

Economic incentives pay dividends
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A recognition that incentives matter would require a wholesale reversal of many, if not most, of the economic policies enacted by the Trudeau government

In this trade war, mustard and ketchup are weapons

Ottawa seems to want to send a clear message to Washington, while offering Canada’s food industry an opportunity to grow

In this trade war, mustard and ketchup are weapons
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Ottawa seems to want to send a clear message to Washington, while offering Canada’s food industry an opportunity to grow

No pipeline to energy sector investment

Trudeau government nationalizing Trans Mountain pipeline project is further proof that Canada is closed for business

No pipeline to energy sector investment
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Trudeau government nationalizing Trans Mountain pipeline project is further proof that Canada is closed for business

Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?

The federal government's Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the B.C. north coast

Why build a pipeline if we prohibit oil tanker traffic?
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The federal government’s Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the B.C. north coast

Where is the wisdom and conciliation from Indigenous leaders?

Creating a greater divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians is not likely to benefit people in the long run

Where is the wisdom and conciliation from Indigenous leaders?
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Creating a greater divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians is not likely to benefit people in the long run

The much-delayed wakening of Rip Van Willard

Our erstwhile hero is roused from an almost-35-year slumber to find that much has changed – and some things never change

The much-delayed wakening of Rip Van Willard
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Our erstwhile hero is roused from an almost-35-year slumber to find that much has changed – and some things never change

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