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Canada’s health-care system fails to account for senior migration

Migrating seniors pay most of their lifetime taxes in one province and then consume most of their health care in another (FREE)

Ontario electricity prices set to keep rising

Ontario electricity prices set to keep rising

The province pays extraordinary rates to solar, wind and biofuel generators. But the wind doesn’t always blow and the sun doesn’t always shine (FREE)

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Private businesses and international investors have lost confidence in Canada as a competitive place to do business (FREE)

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

But some careful fiscal management would mitigate the adverse effects of Canada’s aging population (FREE)

Open the door to more affordable housing in Calgary

Open the door to more affordable housing in Calgary

Calgary’s new city council must encourage secondary suites, remove parking requirements and streamline the housing permit process

Ontario must pull the plug on painful electricity-related policies

Ontario electricity rates for industry are among highest in North America, thanks to a series of bad government policy decisions (FREE)

Trudeau’s legacy a growing national debt burden

Trudeau’s legacy a growing national debt burden

After only two years in office, Trudeau’s legacy on federal debt is already becoming clear, and future generations of Canadians will pay for it (FREE!)

Economic storm clouds on Canada’s horizon

Economic storm clouds on Canada’s horizon

This year’s uptick in economic growth has nothing to do with current government policy that is expected to hamper future business expansion

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

When all of the Trudeau government’s changes are considered, 81 per cent of middle-class families now pay more in personal income taxes (FREE!)

Ontarian’s in the dark about long-term costs of Fair Hydro Plan

The government is concealing the real financial impact of the rate reduction by understating future deficits and net debt

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