Net debt will balloon from $9.5 billion to $44 billion by 2020.
Alberta premier notes huge cost increases if the US slaps a border adjustment tax on Canadian energy.
Finance minister says such a tax would disrupt a mutually beneficial trade relationship and impose extra costs on US firms.
Findings suggest more Canadian firms surveyed are optimistic in areas such as sales growth.
They want to brand product and sell medical marijuana on a tax-free basis.
Liberals want to raise the income threshold to $500,000 from $350,000 to allow more businesses to pay the lower rate.
Papermaker argued assessment of property was too high for 2009 and 2010.
Stolen data includes 2016 W-2 salary and tax information, and workers’ names, addresses and Social Security numbers.
There couldn’t be a worse time to hand another competitive advantage to the Americans.
Meetings with US officials positive; view appears to be Canada as a model trading partner.
World’s biggest auto market logged 24.4 million cars, minivans and SUVs sold.
Fraser Institute reports corporate rates now lower in BC, Ontario and Quebec.
University of Calgary report shows Canada slipping in international rankings.
But Environment Minister David Heurtel says money collected is helping the government make a difference.
Cancelling existing social programs and redirecting money to a minimum income program could be problematic on two fronts, report says.