Bill Morneau

Decades of budgetary deficits for Canada?

OTTAWA - Federal numbers released quietly by the government late last month are painting a bleak picture of Canada's financial future — one filled...

Investors Can Learn Much from Workers

At this time of year, we celebrate Labour Day, a celebration of the Canadian worker. And there’s a lot to celebrate, because our workers...
Military Spending

Trump wants defence boost, Canada not there

WASHINGTON - Canada isn't committing to a massive boost in military spending, such as is being demanded of U.S. allies by Donald Trump as...

North American markets in headlong retreat

TORONTO - North American stock markets wrapped up one of their most turbulent weeks in recent memory on Friday, as oil prices and the...

Connecting Links come up again at council

Councilor Joe Krmpotich wants the province to continue its funding of connection links like in 2015 and previous years. 1.6-Million annually was what the province...
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Export surge brightens Canada’s trade picture

TORONTO - Canada's trade deficit with the rest of the world shrank in June to a surprisingly low $476 million, as exports experienced the...

Saving Is Good … but It’s Not Investing

It’s a good thing to have some savings. When you put the money in a low-risk account, you can be pretty sure it will...
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FAO says Government’s plan to balance relies on optimistic assumptions

Ontario’s Temporary Financial Accountability Officer, the Honourable J. David Wake, released a commentary Assessing Ontario’s Fiscal Outlook providing the FAO’s assessment of the Government’s...

Ontario denies Toronto tolls for 2 highways

TORONTO - Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has denied a divisive request from Toronto to charge tolls on two major highways into the city's core,...
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$50-Million Lotto Max Jackpot Still Up For Grabs

The $50-million dollar jackpot for last night's Lotto Max draw is still up for grabs in next week's draw and there will now be...

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