The task that lies ahead is eradicating a phony philosophy of self to the exclusion of others. Canadians need a government that sees looking out for others as integral to the public purpose.
It's budget season everywhere, and it's all about debt and deficits and the elusive quest to balance the beast, which can only be done, it is said, by cutting services or raising taxes.
Hamilton City Council passed a second motion on CETA, re-stating its preference "to be excluded from the CETA," and requesting "an immediate briefing from the Provincial Government."
A recent poll shows that the vast majority of Albertans reject cuts to public services and agree that there should be an increase on taxes for the wealthy and corporations.
Mar 4, 2013
The coalition announced plans for a cross-province Day of Action on Monday March 4. Protests will be held across Ontario
Where does the Saskatchewan government stand on the privatization of provincial Crown corporations? Despite rhetorical commitment to the Crowns, it seems like privatization is on the agenda.
What we really need is a strategic management framework that winds down our gas reserves over the next couple of decades, transitions to a zero carbon economy, and on the way provides revenues.
Social impact bonds dramatically change who is being served by the government: from those who need a helping hand to the shareholders of a bank.
Dalton McGuinty has tossed his so-called 'green agenda' into the trash can, the preservation of Ontario's natural geographic wilderness can now be found in a category titled 'endangered.'
One of the major topics of discussion at the annual gathering of the Union of BC Municipalities has been the taxes local governments collect to provide their services.