OTTAWA – Canada’s
Provinces must lead on economic as well as social policy
The premiers seem unimpressed with Jim Flaherty’s change to the health care funding formula.
Canada’s premiers and territorial leaders say they stand to lose almost $36 billion in health transfers
The Ontario government figures the Harper government’s crime bill will cost the province $1 billion.
Now that it has passed, the McGuinty government says it has determined that the changes
The Canadian Press, CBC and CTV preview the fall sitting. I’ll have my own scene-setter in the next print edition. In short, it promises to be a busy few months.
Fees are up 4.3 per cent this fall: Statistics Canada
Conservative parties could be on the verge of claiming a majority of the country’s legislative seats.
“Right now, we have 481 seats out of 1,023 federal and provincial ridings, based
In response to Stephen Harper’s proposed Senate reforms, the Quebec government says it will see the Prime Minister in court. Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty suggests it would be best to
Michael Ignatieff promises that a Liberal government would convene a meeting with the premiers within the first 60 days of taking office to discuss the health accords that expire in
Canada’s three western-most provinces are another step closer to a comprehensive economic agreement.
They hope to form the largest barrier-free trade and investment market in Canada, as the three provinces