Category Archives: Economics

Greece on collision course with reality

What happens when voters reject reality? Let’s all watch Greece and find out… because we might be next.
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Economic magic fizzles

Now that the Bank of Canada has cut the interest rate by exactly 0.25% we must wait reverently for the magic to infuse the economy.
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Taking credit for spending our money

The noisy quarrels in Canadian politics would be aggravating even if they were about something. But usually they’re not.
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We cannot undo the past

Here we go again. The Assembly of First Nations just elected a national chief, Perry Bellegarde, who said “Canada is Indian land” and everyone went oh look, his priority is social conditions.
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Please stop squashing us

Dear government, can we talk? It’s me, the citizen.
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