New survey results from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) indicate small business owners remain concerned about the government’s proposed tax changes with almost two-thirds of respondents saying changes have caused them to rethink whether to continue being in business. […]
While Prime Minister Trudeau was capturing all the headlines during lat week’s India trip, Agriculture and Forestry Minister Oneil Carlier, along with a number of Alberta businesses and producers, met with a number of potential Indian investors, traders and government leaders during a seven-day trade mission. […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s state visit to India has been labelled a total disaster. It wasn’t.
At worst, it was only a partial disaster. And it did accomplish what the prime minister had set out to do, which was provide good visuals for his Liberals in next year’s federal election campaign. […]
If apparel oft proclaims the man, then Polonius, who uttered those words in Hamlet, would have quite literally given our prime minister a dressing down this week. From the viewpoint of the Shakespearean character, Justin Trudeau would have broken the basic rules: his clothes were as costly as money could buy, but gaudy, too, proclaiming him unserious. […]
Ontario’s bizarre Progressive Conservative melodrama has entered a new phase of absurdity.
Former leader Patrick Brown is considered too disreputable to sit in the Legislature as a Conservative. But he is apparently reputable enough to be the party’s leader again.