A Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) report indicates fraudsters have scammed 20 per cent of Canadian businesses over the past year. The organization’s report will be released on March 17. […]
Depending on the day of the week there are no less than eight and as many as a dozen Conservatives testing the federal leadership waters.
Should they all enter the race to succeed Stephen Harper, this could make next year’s Conservative leadership vote the most unpredictable federal contest in a decade. […]
It was merely a matter of time before someone in Justin Trudeau’s picture-perfect, properly balanced cabinet – a collection of the celebrated, the cerebral and the politically untested – was going to have to show their mettle with their finger stuck in a light socket. […]
On Friday afternoon, the Town of Morinville hosted local Mayors and CAOs for a meeting with the Honourable Rona Ambrose Member of Parliament, Sturgeon River-Parkland and Interim Leader of the Official Opposition. Representatives from Morinville, Gibbons, Bon Accord and Redwater attended the meeting. Sturgeon County and Legal were unable to attend. […]
When the House of Commons votes on medically assisted suicide later this year, it will be making history in two controversial ways.
So far, only a handful of countries have included the option of assisted suicide in their end-of-life medical protocol. The upcoming legislation will be taking Canada in relatively uncharted social policy waters. […]
Had this week marked the 100th day in office of a NDP government, Prime Minister Thomas Mulcair would have had to pay a visit to the graveyard of campaign good intentions.
Three months in a majority mandate, a New Democrat federal cabinet would either be contemplating a major round of spending cuts or, more likely, would already have buried deep the signature promise of a budget surplus in each and every year of a four-year mandate. […]
The RCMP and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are warning Canadians about an ongoing CRA phone scam.
The scammers tell taxpayers they either owe money to the CRA or have a tax refund. Whn told they owe money, taxpayers are threatened with arrest or jail if they do not take immediate action by providing money, personal or financial information. […]