At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday he would cap oil and gas emissions en route to a net-zero economy by 2050. […]
Kenney is wise to hesitate about the federal childcare plan. It is costly but even if the money is doable, is tilted to only one care style- daycare. It is not really universal and not even accurately labelled childcare since it ignores parent at home, grandma, sitter, nanny, parents who tag-team, work-at-home parents. […]
The Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation (CTF) may be an organization that some of us roll our eyes at from time to time with their many calls for accountability and low taxes. Still, they’re often correct, and their thoughts about the UCP taking the federal wage subsidy is entirely right.
On Friday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the ban of over 1,500 models and varients of what he calls “assault-style firearms,” including nine categories of firearms and two types identified by characteristic. The announcement also prohibits some firearms components. […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told attendees at the Global Mineral Exploration and Mining Convention in Toronto Monday that his government plans to extend the existing zero-emission vehicle incentive program to include off-road vehicles, including farm and mining equipment. […]
As with most miracles, however, there are problems. One is that, for the arithmetic to work out, someone has to pay. The government doesn’t say who that will be. But it’s a good bet that the politically important constituency of suburban commuters will be net losers.