It’s time to seriously reflect on ways to improve our country’s labour relations laws, which govern the interaction between workers, unions, and employers. Currently, workers in Canada’s private sector can be required to join a union and pay full union dues as a condition of employment. If governments were to reform the laws to ensure [...]
If Canadians paid all of their taxes up front, June 10 is the day they can start working for their families By Charles Lammam and Milagros Palacios No one really thinks we should abolish all taxes. After all, how would governments fund important public services that form the foundation of our economy? Think of services [...]
When assessments are made of Canada’s health care system, they often focus on the quality of treatment, cost per patient and outcomes. While such criteria are vitally important to consider, one other critical factor needs to be added to the equation – the potential economic benefits of adopting best practices used in other jurisdictions.
I have seen an alarming increase in the rate of depression and anxiety in men lately which is having a negative impact on their relationships. Men are not necessarily categorizing it as depression or anxiety. In fact, many of them have no idea what is happening, but the world seems to be falling down around them and they appear oblivious to the fact
Dividend-paying companies, therefore, offer you both the opportunity for growth in the form of increased share price and income in the form of dividends. Typically, the board of directors of a dividend-paying company will attempt to increase their dividends every year at the same rate.
To make ends meet, many people begin drawing reduced benefits from Social Security before reaching full retirement (65 for those born before 1938 and gradually increasing to 67 thereafter). This can have several financial consequences
Emirates Airline revealed findings of a study showing flights into Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary would bring an increase in tourism spend, taxes and jobs. Emirates is currently restricted to a maximum of three flights per week to and from Canada. The results are supported by Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Shirley Bond, who was joined by [...]
By Thomas J. Powell The following is a fictional example. It never happened, except for in my head. June, 2006 Las Vegas, Nev. There is and always has been stiff competition between Las Vegas casinos. Located miles from the strip, Sin and Tonic Casino relies on clever ideas from their owner, Dale, to increase profits. [...]