Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017
With NAFTA talks on the rocks, this underscores Canada’s need to quickly diversify trade away from the U.S.
It’s even harder to say now, given the showdown between separatist Kurds and Iraq’s central government.
If it’s a choice between Iranian nuclear weapons some time after 2025 or in one or two years’ time, why would they prefer the latter? Yet they do.
The U.S. president has introduced the widespread use of the term ‘fake news’ and occupied the Oval Office in a way that violates all conventional wisdom and precedent.
A colossal case of the stupids has wracked the Trudeau government over recent weeks.
The Liberals missed an opportunity to address all issues that undermine tax fairness in their summer consultation on income tax reform, after standing still on tax havens and CEO stock option loopholes.
In deciding whether to renew its commitment to the Food Assistance Convention, the federal cabinet should be bold and bolster Canada's international leadership.
As we move forward, we will make sure lower taxes help the middle class, not help the wealthiest get a better deal.
Many Canadian tech companies have already dived into the Asian markets, and Canada can only benefit from a deepening of its engagement with Asian countries.
Investment in mobile wireless networks is essential to Canada’s ability to participate in the global digital economy, and policies should foster such development, not impede it.
The committee hasn’t heard from people most directly affected by Canadian mining operations in the region.
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