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Is Canada starting down the long road to long-term care reform?

Two years ago, our family concluded that our grandmother needed care in a long-term care facility, given her deteriorating health.

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Canada must maximize its benefit from zero-emission vehicles

On October 26, 2020, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development began an in-depth study on zero emissions vehi

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Is 2020 government spending unprecedented? Not quite.

We’ve all been hearing a lot about the size of Canada’s federal deficit lately.

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Unions and the fight for Housing Justice in Canada

In September, the federal government and the Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation launched the Rapid Housing Initiative (RHI), a $1 billion housing...

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We should empower workers for a real economic recovery

As the dust settles from the 2020 B.C. election, parties on both sides of the aisle are reflecting on lessons learned and what comes next.

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Canadian workers must be prepared for more trade fights with the U.S.

The dust had barely settled on the 2018-19 trade dispute between U.S. and Canada when the Trump administration announced in August that tariffs would

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