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Fair trade products gain recognition despite price premiums

Posted on October 26, 2023

October is Fair Trade Month, a period dedicated to spotlighting fair-trade products, even amid the backdrop of escalating food costs. This naturally raises the question:… Read More »

Alberta’s pension plan proposal has a BREXIT-like stink to it

Posted on October 19, 2023

Few things in this world are more tempting to a politician than $334 billion. And it seems that Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is going for… Read More »

We tell the stories that matter to you

Posted on October 5, 2023

Main Street has changed. There was a time when you could find just about everything needed at a locally-owned shop. If it didn’t have exactly… Read More »

Gas tax hikes show Trudeau doesn’t care about affordability

Posted on September 28, 2023

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refuses to do the one thing that would immediately make life more affordable: cut gas taxes. The federal government makes you… Read More »

Feds should cut spending, but don’t hold your breath

Posted on September 21, 2023

Cutting back on Big Macs so you can spend more on beef Wellingtons isn’t saving money. Taxpayers want to be optimistic as Treasury Board President… Read More »

There are better tools to make housing more affordable

Posted on September 14, 2023

Federal government ministers have just gathered for their annual late summer cabinet retreat, knowing that housing affordability is a top priority for Canadians. This is… Read More »

Canada dawdles behind OECD members in public housing stock 30 years after Liberals abandon public housing strategy

Posted on September 7, 2023

Canada’s housing crisis is dire. More and more, people are sharing stories of how the high cost of living across Canada is pricing everyday Canadians out… Read More »

Meta news meltdown leaves readers holding the bag

Posted on August 31, 2023

The dreaded “People in Canada can’t see this content In response to Canadian government legislation, news content can’t be viewed in Canada. Learn more” notice… Read More »

News access suffering from Meta temper tantrum

Posted on August 24, 2023

You’ve likely noticed some changes to your Facebook feed recently, as Meta has officially barred all news from its platforms across Canada in response to… Read More »

Price-fixing accusations cast shadow on food industry giants

Posted on August 17, 2023

We have just learned that major Canadian food companies, namely Loblaw, Metro, Maple Leaf Foods, Walmart, and Weston Bakeries, find themselves entangled in a class-action… Read More »

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