Bill Morneau

'TOO LATE': Very few businesses applied for Trudeau government's emergency wage subsidy

The Trudeau government is looking to expand their pandemic wage subsidy after very few businesses applied for the program.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Trudeau will not raise taxes despite record-breaking deficit

In another display of Trudeaunomics, Finance Minister Bill Morneau has promised that he will not increase taxes.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

POILIEVRE: The imaginary unicorn 'balance sheet'

The economy is like a horse carrying big bags of debt on his back up a hill.

Pierre Poilievre Pierre Poilievre

Trudeau government finally admits CERB fraud claims are a 'problem'

Trudeau's Finance Minister Bill Morneau has admitted that fraud is a problem with the government's CERB program.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Why won't the Trudeau Liberals answer Poilievre's questions?

These politicians are either unwilling or unable to provide the public with crucial information.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Trudeau won't refund small businesses because 'it's not their money'

Bill Morneau has said that the government will not rebate GST payments to smaller Canadian businesses as it is "not their money."

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

WARTIME SPENDING: $350 BILLION granted to Trudeau government to fight coronavirus

Pandemic relief programs will cost the country #350 billion dollars, a hefty sum larger than the entire 2019 federal budget, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

O'Toole, Pierre, Scheer condemn Trudeau's quest for unrestricted power to December 2021

Major Conservative Party voices have come forward to condemn the Trudeau government's plan to grant emergency powers to Finance Minister Bill Morneau.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: Trudeau government to impose emergency powers to tax and spend without parliamentary approval

The Trudeau government will be introducing extensive emergency powers to Finance Minister Bill Morneau to tax and spend without any parliamentary approval. The legislation will be introduced Tuesday.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson

WARTIME SPENDING: Parliament grants cabinet power to spend at will during coronavirus pandemic

Canadian parliament has granted cabinet wartime spending power for the next ninety days, as coronavirus fears begin to mount across the country.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trudeau celebrates New Year in luxury as middle class struggles

As Trudeau jetted off to Costa Rica for Chistmas, middle class Canadians pay the Liberals’ carbon tax for the privilege of heating their homes.

Jason Unrau Jason Unrau

Trudeau government fiscal update questioned by budget watchdog

The current plan increases the GDP-to-debt ratio while also leaving out details regarding budget cuts.

Ali Taghva Ali Taghva

Not nearly there yet: Morneau on Indigenous ownership of TMX

Western Indigenous Pipeline Group CEO Joe Dion says Ottawa must deal with them first as they’re on the TMX right-of-way, but Morneau was non-commital.

Jason Unrau Jason Unrau

Federal, provincial and household debt push Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio over 280 percent

Consumer debt topped $2.25 trillion in June. Add this to federal and provincial debt and Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio sky-rockets to 281%.

Jason Unrau Jason Unrau

Federal liability looms over $111.5 billion more red ink, moderate growth: Morneau’s economic update

“We have challenges in Alberta and Saskatchewan with changes in the resource sector but the view is positive” Finance Minister Bill Morneau

Jason Unrau Jason Unrau