Even the seemingly small step of allowing four new private liquor stores to open will mean lost revenue of approximately $3.5-$7.5 million each year.
National Union of Public and General Employees
Survey finds disturbing results about domestic violence and its effects in the workplace.
Nova Scotia could be facing significant reductions in the number and range of public services and affordability of essential goods and services.
With bold new initiatives coming from the world's two largest economies to address climate change, it is time for the Canadian government to finally act!
Canada Without Poverty and the Canadian Council for Refugees expressed dismay at provisions in Bill C-43, the omnibus budget bill that could lead to refugees being deprived of social assistance.
Newspaper columnists and radio talk show hosts are paying attention to fresh polling data that shows just how uneasy Canadians are about the concept of privatization.
The legislation being rammed through the provincial legislature by the Nova Scotia Liberal government is unprecedented in the history of labour relations in the province.
Corporate lobbyists and conservative politicians continue to push for the privatization of public services, but a new poll shows that Canadians are deeply mistrustful of privatization schemes.
After the gutting of Conservative member of Parliament Russ Hiebert's private member's bill, the Conservative government is taking another shot at Bill C-377.
Tuition in Canada is estimated to increase by 13 per cent, says a new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.