Liberals delay $2.14 billion they couldn’t spend on infrastructure last year

OTTAWA — Newly released documents show the federal government was unable to spend $2.14 billion in cash to rebuild roads, bridges and other large-scale...

ESCJN student wins $1,500 scholarship as part of Credit Education Week Canada National Essay...

As part of this year’s Credit Education Week Canada (CEWC), a national essay contest was held for grade 12, graduating students.  The Algoma District...

Make Better Decisions and Achieve Your Personal Financial Goals

Credit Education Week is a nation-wide event.  It came about to provide people with opportunities to tap into the wealth of credit counselling resources...

Comprehensive, Pro-Growth Policies Needed in 2018 Provincial Election

Ontario’s Chamber Network provides recommendations to Drive Economic Development to the Forefront of Political Discourse Today, the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce (SSMCOC),...
News In Brief

Tuesday, October 10

Highlights from the news file for Tuesday, Oct. 10   POLL INDICATES MOST DON'T WANT 'CANADA FIRST' POLICY: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau headed to Washington Tuesday...
taxes

Stop Unfair Tax Changes #ProtectGrowth

The Canadian government is proposing sweeping changes to small business taxes. Nobody supports tax evasion or loopholes. But these changes will severely hurt small businesses. Small businesses...
News In Brief

Wednesday, October 4th

Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Oct. 4 ——— TRUDEAU SAYS FEDS REVIEWING REFUGEE PROCESS: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government is reviewing its...

Your Money Mess Up Could Make You Money

With the increased costs of tuition and post-secondary education, a few extra dollars could really help.  Tell us about your money mistakes and you...

Housing agency explores cutting red tape for self-employed borrowers

OTTAWA — The national housing agency is exploring ways to make it easier for entrepreneurs and new immigrants to buy a home by cutting...
Bill Morneau

Morneau faces grilling on tax changes

Canada's finance minister got a grilling Friday from taxpayers who are boiling mad about the Liberal government's proposed tax changes for small businesses. Bill Morneau...

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