Advocates of mobile virtual network operators argue that they could provide a lower-cost alternative to Canadians but Canadian regulations tend to favour network operators that own their facilities.
He says Canada is working with the U.S. to solve the tit-for-tat tariff dispute; won’t make one set of negotiations contingent on another.
Feds set to become official owner of project.
Possible interest from First Nation in pipeline stake.
Recommends it’s time to examine its corporate tax in the face of the changes in the US.
Payments conditional on continued employment; stiff opposition from NDP, Conservatives.
Finance minister Morneau blames “new norm” of slow economic growth.
Government will prime the bank’s pump with $35 billion in public money to attract foreign capital.
Liberals could take action this fall.
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The federal government’s planned $30-billion budget deficit, to be followed by three more deficits totalling $113 billion, brings to mind former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s observation: “It’s not often that nations learn from the past, even rarer that…
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says economic fallout will be largely contained to the current quarter of the fiscal year.
Bill Morneau has tapped McKinsey & Co.’s Dominic Barton to draw a plan to lead Canada out of its cycle of feeble economic growth.
Fiscal monitor suggests feds would have to run $13-billion deficit in March to reach a predicted $5.4-billion shortfall.
Federal government projects $29.4 billion deficit in 2016-17.