Canada's youth have been hit very hard by the COVID-19 lockdowns, more so than in any typical recession.
This is not your typical recession, Ontario's budget watchdog says.
Statistics Canada's data for March captures only a part of the economic damage from COVID-19.
It's clear the people in charge see Canadian real estate as being too big to fail.
The Trudeau government had been urging lenders to reduce credit card rates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But thanks to rock-bottom interest rates, taxpayers will only be on the hook for $1 billion a year
The Liberals' 75-per-cent wage subsidy may have prevented many layoffs, CFIB says.
As the CPC strategizes for a new party leader, some right-minded pundits of market fundamentalism are touting the inexperienced political outsider as a serious contender for party leader. That imprudent direction may well prove to widen the chasm between the CPC and wiser-than-previously-anticipated average Canadian voters.
To reinforce his obvious campaign themes about fear and insecurity, Stephen Harper has taken to describing Canada's current economic situation as a "crisis." If that's his pitch, one should ask under whose watch did this so-called "crisis" develop? Our country is no doubt in an economic mess, but calling it a "crisis" is simply a scare tactic.
Artwork by: David Cran Good protest songs - the ones that endure - never preach to the choir. They don't rally the converted