The budget is meant to be sweeping reminder to Canadian taxpayers of how much coin the Tories have left in their pockets
The province says it won’t intervene “in a private transaction” that could see Cirque du Soleil sold to foreigners. There’s hope for Quebec yet.
As oil prices swing wildly, it’s worth remembering just how long this could go on for before the next cycle begins
Autos are about to replace oil and gas as Canada’s biggest export for the first time in eight years, but don’t get too excited
History tells us that federal elections during recessions are rare events. But Stephen Harper could be facing one this year.
March 31st, 2015 1 comment
It’s clear Canadians are caught in a debt trap. The more they talk about digging themselves out, the deeper they sink.
March 13th, 2015 4 comments
Despite naysayers, Canadians still believe in the resiliency of the housing market
March 12th, 2015 8 comments
It was a national champion—just like BlackBerry once was, and Hootsuite may soon be. But no one knows if Bombardier can even remain intact now.
February 18th, 2015 1 comment
Facebook’s claim that it added $227 billion to the global economy last year is so full of silly assumptions as to be completely useless