Protectionism in the U.S. may not be as severe as it was in 1930, but it remains very much a part of that country's DNA
Technology giants such as Facebook and Alphabet dominate the economy. Can limits be placed on that dominance?
Not long ago, journalists would spend a week or more parsing and analyzing the budget document
The Liberals survived a terrible autumn in Parliament. Yet, they appear entrenched in power
Killing the Trans Mountain pipeline puts climate change strategy in jeopardy
After approving a controversial capital project, B.C.'s government must face the wrath of environmentalists
Every five or so years, someone pitches the idea that Halifax needs a professional sports team
Would the Americans be willing to ease up on their NAFTA demands if Canada were to back off on its WTO complaint?
The negotiations that wound up on Sept. 30 are likely to be only the first in a litany of disputes with Washington
The Trans Mountain Pipeline decision and NAFTA negotiations may lead to major policy changes for Canada
Political branding - as practised by Donald Trump, Viktor Orbán and Doug Ford - is harming democracy
IFIC’s recent Canadian Mutual Fund Investor Survey found that investors are very satisfied with their advisors and prefer to pay their fees indirectly
Investment industry players that favour a ban are either far removed from the average investor or could benefit directly from it
Regulators’ proposals to impose a best interests standard would be “duplicative and confusing”