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Editorial

Believe it or not, there is good news about rising interest rates

Posted on January 25, 2024

The era of continuously declining interest rates, which lasted for 40 years, has come to an end. Businesses and governments now face a new period… Read More »

CEO pay in Canada continues to soar unrestrained

Posted on January 18, 2024

As Canadians struggle with a cost-of-living crisis, Canada’s top CEOs are making more than ever before. The 100 highest-paid CEOs broke every compensation record on… Read More »

The alarming reality of Trudeau’s immigration policy

Posted on January 11, 2024

Statistics Canada reported record population growth of 1,050,000 in 2022, with 96 percent coming from international migration. Permanent residents accounted for 437,000 of those immigrants,… Read More »

Canada’s Premiers have failed the basic needs test

Posted on January 4, 2024

In days of old, kings and queens were often judged by some pretty basic criteria: Did the people have enough to eat? Did they have… Read More »

Rent inflation starting to moderate, but at a very slow pace

Posted on December 24, 2023

The latest National Rent Report by Rentals.ca and Urbanation reveals that asking rents for all types of residential properties in Canada remained near record highs… Read More »

The problem with Trudeau’s fiscal responsibility message

Posted on December 14, 2023

There’s only one problem with the federal government’s messaging about saving money: the feds aren’t actually saving money.  “The foundation of our Fall Economic Statement is our… Read More »

Politicians must stop weaponizing food prices for political gain

Posted on December 7, 2023

In an era where food inflation has become a contentious political issue, it’s all too tempting for politicians to target the grocery industry. Sadly, that’s… Read More »

Budget update proves Trudeau isn’t serious about federal finances

Posted on November 30, 2023

Taxpayers should brace for impact based on the finance minister’s latest projections. Interest charges on the federal debt will go from $47 billion this year… Read More »

Alberta Parents’ Union fights for the right to know

Posted on November 24, 2023

In a nation united by shared values and divided by conflicting ones, a debate over the curriculum in public education simmers on the stovetop. It’s… Read More »

Smith’s plans to disband AHS is engineering chaos

Posted on November 16, 2023

The recent news of the UCP’s plans to disband Alberta Health Services (AHS), effectively shattering the organization into four factions, has re-ignited the discourse surrounding… Read More »

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