Economy


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

BREAKING: Trudeau uncertain about Canada's economic future as debt could reach $1 TRILLION this year

Trudeau stated that the government is "focused" on getting money to the pockets of Canadians, with seemingly no regard for the future.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

WATCH: Pierre Poilievre highlights major problems with Trudeau's bailouts to large corporations

Poilievre says that while large corporations are indeed hurting, the measures announced today by Trudeau could come back to harm Canadians down the road.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Subprime auto loans could be facing increasing delinquencies

The bubble of subprime auto loans could very well burst due to economic crisis. People who have this kind of loan need to proceed with caution in trying to pay it off.

Elizabeth Sarah Larkin Elizabeth Sarah Larkin

Key Canadian meat supplier facing NDP attacks

An Alberta meat-processing plant is at the centre of a political storm after the CBC and Rachel Notley’s NDP attacked the plant.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Ferries' decrease in ticket sales could lead to reduction in services

Marine Atlantic has seen a massive decrease in ticket sales due to the coronavirus, which may lead to a formidable financial crunch that could lead to ticket increases or a substantial reduction in services.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

Trudeau government's federal debt reaches a record-breaking $252.1 BILLION

The total of Ottawa's emergency assistance programs tallies up to a whopping $146 billion, according to the Department of Finance.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

POILIEVRE: The state reigns supreme as never before in Canada

As we slowly move from a health crisis to an economic crisis, expect more appeals for expanded government power.

Pierre Poilievre Pierre Poilievre

Coronavirus may be slowing in Canada—talk of opening up begins

Signs that the spread of coronavirus is slowing in Canada are giving rise to a discussion about lessening the social distancing restrictions.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin

Canada's shrivelled economy in far worse shape than expected

The coronavirus-fulled economic collapse that has plagued (and will plague) Canada is far worse than feared.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Deficit rises to $184 BILLION due to coronavirus spending

The Trudeau government's deficit has risen sharply to $184 billion, which is more than triple any former record.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Over 800,000 restaurant staff have been laid off due to coronavirus

Over the space of a few weeks, 800 thousand restaurant staff have been laid off due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

It’s time for Canada to distance itself from the repressive regime in Beijing

But Canada can emerge from this pandemic safer and stronger if Canadians are clear-eyed in recognizing the CCP’s responsibility for it, and commit to distancing our economy from China’s after this is all over.

Kelden Formosa Kelden Formosa

BC exports fall $30 million a day due to anti-pipeline blockades, cargo may be diverted permanently

BC is losing $30 million a day in exports due to the ongoing anti-pipeline blockades that continue across Canada. These losses may be permanent.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson

Canadian farmers losing $63 million a week due to ongoing rail blockades

Meat and grain supply chains are being held up by the rail blockades across Canada and storage capacity is becoming a big problem.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin