China congratulates Biden, but few US policy changes seen
Widespread frustration with Beijing’s trade and human rights record and accusations of spying and technology theft.
O’Toole won’t touch Quebec secularism law, supports Bill 101 expansion
Quebec’s secularism law bans certain public sector workers from wearing religious symbols on the job
Biden wants US to produce more of its own pandemic supplies
Dangerously dependent on foreign suppliers” in places like China and Russia.
Transform CERB into a basic annual income program for better Canada
A basic income program is necessary, but not sufficient, for a complete economic safety net, researchers suggest
What the past can tell us about COVID-19 and our future
COVID-19 is helping societies rethink their histories, and how we should write history itself
Building Back Better Canada Plan can create, maintain 6.3M jobs: report
The report argues it is essential that the federal government set the right policy framework to drive the transition to net-zero emissions
First ministers couldn’t agree on condemning systemic racism in declaration: PM
Trudeau wouldn’t say which premiers weren’t on board
Why action on climate change gets stuck and what to do about it
Changing one thing often runs into the powerful inertia of related policies, technologies, interests and patterns of behaviour.
Even as Trump claims two victories on trade, doubts remain
Critics warn the deal with China leaves unresolved most of the toughest and most complicated issues dividing the world’s two biggest economies.
Freeland to lay out Trudeau government’s foreign policy next month
Speech to extol open societies, open trade, pluralism and the promotion of human rights.
Ontario is a drag on the economy: study
Poor growth and spiralling public debt is holding Canada back.
High personal taxes impair competitiveness with peer countries
Fraser Institute study puts Canada well behind the US and mid-pack among G7.