Canada created jobs at a rate more than five times as fast as the United States in September, according to numbers released
It wasn't just a domestic credit crisis that brought that country to its knees -- it was a much more serious case of social corruption and mistrust, an ailment so deeply entrenched in their national psyche that it could only be wiped out with the help of a deep and painful crisis.
Conventional wisdom holds that the most driven students generally proceed through school in a linear fashion, advancing seamlessly
One cannot help but feel a bit pessimistic about American politics these days -- a contrasting feeling to the heady days
"Americans will get the jobs, Canadians will get the pollution." That's the talking point a union that represents workers
Why are student volunteers in Africa being tasked to do physically exhausting and challenging labour when there really wasn't a purpose to it -- except as some kind of "hardship lesson" for "spoiled youth?" I also began to wonder if we weren't taking work away from locals.
Dalton McGuinty's tax rebate for businesses who hire new immigrants means that other established citizens who are unemployed don't get hired. That alone seems a mockery of McGuinty's rather silly sentence that "a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian."
How are you perceived? What do people say about you (after you leave the room)? This all depends on perception control -- in other words whether you are in control of the way you are perceived or not.
Jason Lietaer (PC): Guess how many months in a row Ontario's unemployment rate has been above the national average? Fifty-six. Dalton McGuinty is now the Joe DiMaggio of Ontario politics, and not in a good way.
Since the financial meltdown in late 2008, bad economic news has had a tendency to arrive all once. This has recently been
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