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Saturday, June 15, 2019

Debt numbers reveal a downward spiral, lack of foresight

Almost half of Canadians are $200 away from insolvency in any given month, meaning even a relatively small unexpected expense could be a tipping...

The little people snipe at each other as the oligarchs pull...

That we marked Earth Day this week is in large part due to the environmental movement that sprang out of the activist decade, the...

Little merit to expensive moves stemming from org. review

The writing was on the wall a year ago when Woolwich decided it would drop $60,000 on an unneeded organizational review: the consultant’s report...

Ignorance is not bliss, nor is a decline into authoritarianism

There’s a difference between choosing to be ignorant and being kept that way. Given the state of our society, it’s easy to say that many...

Our love for tax refunds indicates we’re fine with forced savings

Tax season is now upon us, and millions of Canadians are looking forward to refunds. Experts –  particularly those that want commissions from investing...

Gearing up for yet another round of education unrest

It’s no surprise the Ford government has prompted unrest in the public-sector ranks, most notably of late among teachers. Activities such as the recent...