BY PIERRE POILIEVRE No one was surprised last week when Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s fall economic update shattered Liberal promises to balance the budget in 2019. Under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the cost of government has already grown 22% in three years — almost three times faster than inflation and population growth combined. But there was something […]Read more "POILIEVRE: Trudeau admits budget will never balance itself | Toronto Sun"
General Motors Co. will cut more than 14,000 salaried staff and factory workers and close seven factories worldwide by the end of next year, part of a sweeping realignment to prepare for a future of electric and self-driving vehicles. Four factories in the U.S. and one in Canada could be shuttered by the end of […]Read more "GM Plans More Than 14,000 Job Cuts, Seven Factory Closings | Bloomberg"
Money. Money is what we all want. Money is what we all need. Money decides how we live. Money decides what food we eat. But, in our busy lives, have we ever thought about what money is actually? The 10 dollar bill that you have in your pocket, the gold ring that you’re wearing in […]Read more "Barter to Bitcoin and the Future | Shivendra Misra"
It should be noted that Big Oil is perhaps the most feared and respected industry in history. Oil is heating up the planet, but this hardly affects its use. In fact, oil fuels the most politically volatile regions of the world. During the last century, oil has dominated our economy and our politics. Oil is […]Read more "Big oil in troubles | Medium"
Concern grows in investors due to signs of gloomy stocks that continue to accumulate as Wall Street considers the likelihood of a recession. And is that after nine turbulent weeks plus correction in US stocks, cause questions. Thus, for analysts, the question arises: What does the market say about the economy? It should be noted […]Read more "Concern in investors due to signs of shady stocks that continue to accumulate | Bloomberg"
If we look at history, a free press has meant the freedom of government intervention. In addition to anyone who can be similar. On Wednesday, Finance Minister Bill Morneau presented a series of proposals. They are intended to rescue journalists, in fact, claim to be consistent with this fundamental principle. However, he said with regard […]Read more "Terence Corcoran: The Liberal government’s meddling in media independence has just begun | Financial Post"
The autumn report has been presented by the Auditor General of Canada, Michael Ferguson. Due to this report, doubts have arisen and national security and even long-term security have been questioned. In fact, it has been said that it has destroyed the liberal plan to keep the CF-18 flying until 2032. As such, CF-18s do […]Read more "Shameful record of military acquisition failures and still continue | National Post"