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Former Liberal finance minister says he's worried about the impact of the new rules.
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Companies in Canada would head south of the border if Trump's tax plan happened, experts predict.
As if 2016 wasn't already a bad year for the Canadian dollar.
Donald Trump has vowed to withdraw the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
On leadership and trade issues, specifically.
TORONTO - CIBC (TSX:CM) is eyeing acquisitions in the private banking and wealth management business south of the border, chief executive Victor Dodig said as the bank reported its fourth-quarter resu...
Corporate Canada is often derided for not paying its fair share in taxes, but one of its top advocates argues that the corporate income tax rate doesn't give a full picture of how Canadian businesses...
TORONTO - Skills shortages have not yet grown into a national issue, but do have the potential to impact the economy if Ottawa and industry don't start working together, says former federal cabinet mi...
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper needs to quickly dispatch his top ministers to Europe to salvage the stalled free-trade talks before it's too late, says the head of Canada's most influential bu...
OTTAWA - Canada can expect a chilly reception and damaged relations with Beijing if the Harper government dents China's pride by refusing a $15.1-billion bid for a piece of this country's oilpatch, ob...
Why is it that some in the Liberal Party of Canada are using the disturbing and polarizing language of ageism? It has become open season on the "old guard". Older people seem to be framed as out of touch and constitutionally unable to cope with change.
Of course, fresh thinking and new energy is indeed vital to any organization. However, "fresh" doesn't necessarily mean young. To me, "new" and "fresh" has nothing to do with age and everything to do with mindset, values and sincerity of purpose.
TORONTO - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office was so seized with controlling public opinion of Canada's shooting war in southern Afghanistan that even Defence Minister Peter MacKay wasn't always in...
Former deputy prime minister John Manley told U.S. officials in November 2007 that he would have an easier time getting the Liberals to support an extension of the Afghanistan combat mission if they g...
I suspect most Canadians don't mind the monarchy being in the background. However, if the Conservatives keep trying to reinforce our ties to the monarchy, the public will begin to take a closer look at the issue and evaluate what remains of those ties.