Here’s a brilliant article on how the debts of our past are coming back to haunt us and how it will continue to haunt us into the future.
Not a lot of people are talking about the Senate’s report on ending interprovincial trade barriers. But if the Senate is successful, the ‘Tear Down the Walls’ initiative would change virtually every aspect of trade within the country. Here’s a look at the current reality and what it means.
Here’s a look at how Chinese buyers buy homes in Canada despite capital controls, and how China’s new currency rules could affect the Canadian real estate market. What’s going to happen to housing prices in Vancouver or Toronto?
What is the Border Adjustment Tax, and how could it affect Canada? How can it affect your investments, and which industries are most at risk? Here’s a look at how Trump’s Border Adjustment Tax could affect Canada.
In 2017, Canada will become the first G7 nation to fully legalize marijuana use. The stock prices of cannabis companies reveal investors are anticipating millions of users and a multi-billion market. In terms of how it’s regulated, will Canada get it right? Earlier this month, a federal task force made 80 recommendations to the government, among them, setting the age limit to 18. Bloomberg TV Canada’s Amanda Lang speaks to W.A. Bogart, professor of Law at the University of Windsor and author of “Off The Street: Legalizing Drugs,” and Bruce Linton, CEO of Canopy Growth, Canada’s first marijuana “unicorn” after reaching a billion-dollar valuation.
The Prime Minister is defending a statement he released, calling the former Cuban president a remarkable leader. It set off a storm of outrage.
A shocking and dangerous historical event is repeating itself and the similarities between then and now are so vivid it’s scary. But there is a way to prepare for it. Here’s how…
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised 2015 was the last election to be fought on first-past-the-post. What shape could electoral reform take?
From broken promises by politicians to fallen empires, here’s a look at what Canada’s debt level really looks like and what will happen if Canadians allow this to continue.
Canada’s TSX stock exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world. Yet, while other stock exchanges are climbing, we’re falling way behind. Why? Here’s a look at some of the reasons why the TSX and TSX Venture are failing and why our Canadian capital markets about to change in a big way.