The previous Conservative government lowered GST by two percentage points during its decade in office.
Why the department is putting off more and more of its debt-collection efforts into the future remains unclear.
Maximization rates were higher for people in the upper income categories, Broadbent Institute report suggests.
In Alberta, more than 10,000 immigrants have applied to remain in the country.
Cabinet counterparts hint the Conservatives may need their rainy-day fund to ensure a balanced budget.
Parliamentary Budget Officer warns the government risks falling back into deficit once economic growth slows.
Finance minister says forecasts have remained steady, keeping the government’s plan to balance its budget on track.
$550-million small-business job credit will create just 800 net new jobs in 2015-16.
Critics suspect the federal Conservatives are “fudging” numbers as a possible election ploy.
Stakeholders are disappointed that the Conservatives have no provisions for apprenticeships in the $14B New Building Canada Fund.
Opposition parties say the Tories are putting political interests ahead of Canada’s economic well-being.
Finance minister says the Conservatives are trying to balance its books at the expense of the provinces.
Canadian rock icon tells news conference at Toronto’s Massey Hall that the Canadian government is “trading integrity for money.”
StatsCan says the economy lost 45,900 jobs in December as the unemployment rate rose to 7.2%.
Mark Jaccard, a former member of the Conservative government’s environmental file, says the US needs to block Keystone XL.