Editorial

January 17 Editorial

Based on the number of well-known people we lost in 2016, the year couldn’t have ended soon enough. From a financial perspective the Canadian economy continued to tread water, neither showing [...]

December 16 Editorial

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Canada is looking to hold bilateral and trilateral talks with the United States and Mexico regarding NAFTA, which U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has [...]

November 16 Editorial

CETA, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the EU signals a further desire by international countries to work together in removing trade tariffs and barriers while [...]

October 16 Editorial

Lobster fishing has never been more robust in the Maritime Provinces than now. The long-standing industry has consistently fared exceptionally well here in Canada and with sales into the U.S., [...]

September 16 Editorial

Unifor President Jerry Dias was unanimously elected for a second three-year term as head of the country’s largest trade union at the organization’s second convention late last month in Ottawa. I [...]

August 16 Editorial

It’s fair to say a good percentage of the U.K. Brexit vote’s outcome was based on emotional frustration and we’re seeing that mirrored in the U.S. What politicians and business leaders often seem [...]

July 16 Editorial

CFL Commissioner Jeffrey Orridge and I had a long discussion about his excitement and plans for the league as he begins his sophomore year at the helm. A graduate of the Harvard Law program, [...]

June 16 Editorial

The topic of immigration is one that is exceedingly vital to our country from a socio-economic standpoint, which also happens to elicit a wide range of responses, and therein lies the problem [...]

May 16 Editorial

A report by the C.D. Howe Institute concludes Canada will reap “relatively modest” economic gains by joining the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership, while the bulk of the trade gains will be [...]

April 16 Editorial

Alberta’s provincial budget, due to be made public on April 14 by finance minister Joe Ceci, will be a telling one. Firstly, it will provide direct insight as to what Rachel Notley’s NDP [...]

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