Why it pays to be a government worker in Alberta

Why it pays to be a government worker in Alberta
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Public sector workers in Alberta enjoy higher wages and, generally, more generous benefits than workers in the private sector.

The US no longer Canada’s most reliable trading partner

The US no longer Canada’s most reliable trading partner
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Obama is likely to continue as a protectionist, and to cement the US’ role as an economic competitor to Canada.

Obama re-election, Congressional dysfunction pose risk to Canada’s economy

Obama re-election, Congressional dysfunction pose risk to Canada’s economy
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U.S. president’s re-election paired with a divided Congress will threaten jobs, incomes and prosperity in Canada.

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reserves

For most of Canada's Aboriginal population, life is better away from the reserve

Increasing number of Aboriginals choose not to live on reserves
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For most of Canada’s Aboriginal population, life is better away from the reserve.

‘Idle No More’ protests off target

‘Idle No More’ protests off target
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Protestors should be looking at the lack of political accountability and proper governance on reserves.

Public health care is an economic asset

Public health care is an economic asset
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The road to reviving Canada’s sluggish productivity may lead straight to better health care.

Hiking taxes on upper-income Canadians comes with a cost

Hiking taxes on upper-income Canadians comes with a cost
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Canada has done much right in the past 15 years to get tax policy correct. Backsliding now is not a good idea.

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