1. The Parties acknowledge the importance of incorporating a gender perspective into the promotion of inclusive economic growth, and the key role that gender-responsive policies can play in achieving sustainable socioeconomic development.
When federal Energy Minister Jim Carr opened the Trudeau government’s two-day Generation Energy Forum in Winnipeg last week, perhaps he should have moved straight to the satire and used the standard opening lines from “This is That,” one of CBC Radio’s comedy shows: “Canada, North America
Come on, be fair now: Who among us hasn’t forgotten a villa in France, and the tax-dodging shell company we set up in our own name to manage it? Bill Morneau’s a square gee, a straight shooter, and if two years of talking about the middle class! and those working! hard! to join it! didn’
New Zealanders will likely need to wait several more days to find out who will form the new government in the South Pacific island nation, the small nationalist party holding the balance of power said on Thursday.
OTTAWA — The Liberals want a feminist North American Free Trade Agreement, but trade experts say that will depend on reassuring the United States no one could use it to hold their feet to the fire. In other words — no real consequences for failure.
A little known secret about me is that I had a strong interest in history. Indeed before I majored in Political Science (my first degree is in poli sci, the remainder are in economics), I majored in Canadian history. I am one of those odd people who find Canadian history really interesting.
The government’s proposed tax changes started by comparing the tax paid by an employee making $220,000 to the taxes paid by an entrepreneur who used income splitting. The issue with this line of thinking is that comparing simply the tax paid is not taking into account the whole picture.