liberal economics

What has he done and what will he do in the future?

Trudeau fiddles while Kinder Morgan is about to burn, possibly literally.

Canada's currency looks bleak by the charts and given the potential hit to the nation's exports as President Donald Trump tinkers with NAFTA and announces tariffs on metals.Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press

Canadian dollar set to plunge to lowest level in 15 years on ‘bully’s mismatch,’ currency guru says.

It’ll be a cold day in Delhi before the Indian government shuts down the Tah Mahal for a Canadian dignitary again.

Perhaps Justin Trudeau’s India trip could have been salvaged with some elephants?

Electric Vehicle Chargers Ontario (EVCO), at the parking lot under the MaRS Centre in Toronto, Ont. on Thursday January 18, 2018. Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun

Liberals failed to provide ‘proper oversight’ on electric car charging program: PC critic

Canadian Army soldiers practice live fire exercises in Valcartier, Que. The federal government has had to inject $622 million into the plan that provides long-term disability insurance for military personnel. (Cpl. Tommy Dufresne/Canadian Armed Forces)

Ottawa rescues military disability insurance plan with $622 million bailout.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 23, 2018

Trudeau, in Davos speech, tells global super rich that Canada won’t follow U.S. on tax cuts.

Beginning Jan. 1, families getting mortgages with down payments over 20 per cent must prove they could pay a theoretical interest rate that is two percentage points higher than what they actually negotiated with their lenders.Sean Kilpatrick/CP

The Trudeau government’s newest squeeze on the home-buying middle class.

Beyond the logical inconsistencies of the macro view, there's lots of micro evidence regarding the pernicious impact of carbon taxes.Lyle Aspinall/Postmedia Network

Wait… taxing carbon leads to economic growth? Some people actually believe this nonsense?

To remain competitive the government should consider lowering the federal tax to counter the new rates in the U.S.: Mintz

Canada is headed in the wrong direction by driving up costs on businesses through recent changes such as tax reforms on private corporations, minimum wage increases and other regulatory hurdles, Beatty argued.

Minister of Finance Bill Morneau responds to a question during Question Period in the House of Commons Wednesday, November 29, 2017 in Ottawa. Bill Morneau is staying put as finance minister, but he admits he's closing out his tumultuous year with some regrets.Adrian Wyld / THE CANADIAN PRESS file photo

Ignore the fiscal forecasts. Our politicians will blow as much as they can get away with.

"It's a big deal, this change or the possibility of change," Dr. Philpott said in a telephone interview. "Once the money goes to those communities, then they have complete flexibility."

Feds to give 10-year grants to First Nations, with less reporting on how money is spent.