Canada is trapped in a penalty box that has been slammed shut by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Our economy is stalled, going nowhere fast. It barely ekes out a one per cent growth rate. Talk about a slump. How can we break out of this?
Assuming he makes good on his promise to spend big on infrastructure projects as a means of boosting the U.S. economy, two possible outcomes exist. Which of those happens -- or more likely, what mix of the two -- depends on a fundamental question. Is the U.S economy operating at or near full capacity?
What does depression and other forms of mental health issues like bi-polar, schizophrenia, addiction, etc. have to do with today's work environment? Well, the short answer is: everything.
As the saying goes, good things come in small packages. In fact, this may be the mantra for many homebuyers in 2017, given the steady rise in real estate prices. National housing affordability hit an eight-year low in the third quarter of 2016, according to the latest Housing Trends and Affordability Report issued by RBC Economics Research.
Anyone who's ever been in a heated political argument with an opinionated uncle or aunt at Thanksgiving knows the perils of a political discussion. So, how do you cover what will inevitably be a topic of discussion, without starting a bitter debate with coworkers? Read on for the do's and don'ts of talking politics at the office.