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Ottawa’s fall fiscal update projects bigger federal deficit

OTTAWA—The federal government is projecting a deeper budget deficit for the coming years, even before it accounts for the bulk of the platform...

It’s not business as usual when big companies leave Canada

When one of Canada’s biggest homegrown companies announced last week that it was upping stakes and moving its headquarters from Calgary to somewhere...

Who will Trudeau select for his cabinet?

One advantage of the new slimmed-down Liberal caucus is that Justin Trudeau has fewer people to disappoint when he chooses his next cabinet....

Eight pivotal Toronto ridings to watch on election night

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals swept all 25 of Toronto’s ridings en route to a majority win in 2015, and the party will need to...

Why Canada must regulate Big Tech: ‘The 20th century tools we...

Technology giants such as Facebook, Google and Amazon have become new “world superpowers” that governments including Canada have to rein in and regulate,...

Morneau raises Buy America demands with his U.S. counterpart

OTTAWA—Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau has taken up the premiers’ concerns about new Buy America demands with his U.S. counterpart, and he is...

Scheer and Trudeau are muddying the waters around our economy. Canadians...

Within a couple of hours of Andrew Scheer delivering a key speech on economic policy last week, Finance Minister Bill Morneau popped up...

Canada’s richest didn’t flee from tax hike

It was bold and controversial at the time, and remains so today.Critics were quick to pounce when the federal Liberals presented their big...

Federal budget promises help for seniors, homebuyers and workers

OTTAWA—The Liberal government’s chicken-in-every-pot election budget sprinkles billions in new spending to help millennial homebuyers, financial support for seniors, new skills training for...

It’s budget day! What to expect and what to watch for

The Trudeau government will attempt to put its best foot forward before this fall’s election, with what’s expected to be voter-friendly initiatives unveiled...
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