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It’s not easy doing business in Canada

It’s not easy doing business in Canada

We placed a dismal 18th for ease of doing business, even behind such countries as Georgia and Macedonia (FREE)

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance

TAUBE Was the prime minister simply late to a critical meeting on the trade deal or did he attempt to sabotage it? ($$)

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)

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

We need politicians who can pass a basic energy facts test

Most politicians came to office well-intentioned but ill-equipped to deal with the complexities of energy matters

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

Canadian business growth stymied by governments

Red tape, rising taxes, tax reform, increasing minimum wages and other policy initiatives all smother business investment

Bhag(ing) economic/environmental consensus a big hairy deal

Nothing concrete is happening that is remotely likely to produce a solution Canadians could get behind

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportions

The Liberal’s Great Supercluster Screw-up just another drain on Canadian taxpayers

Trudeau, Notley said yes to pipelines, while really meaning no

(Troy Media) While telling people that they understand the importance of the pipelines, Notley and Trudeau piled up the regulatory bricks to ensure they were not viable

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