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Gov't workers reaping perks
Government workers in B.C. are paid 7.4 per cent higher wages on average than workers in the private sector, according to a study conducted by the Fraser Institute.
Hydro cost complaint to Kathleen Wynne sparks online uproar
One woman's plea for the Ontario government to give people a break on hydro rates has resonated with thousands of people. Libby Keenan, who operates Sunhall Equestrian Center in Amherstburg, Ont., has seen her hydro rates skyrocket. In an open letter to
B.C. Gives Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion The Go-Ahead
British Columbia gave its blessing Wednesday to the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline as Premier Christy Clark announced all five conditions her government placed on the project have been met with a financial deal that will help fund environmental
Brad Wall calls on PM to release secret memo on carbon pricing
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is calling on the prime minister to release an un-redacted version of a secret memo prepared for the finance minister that states carbon pricing would “cascade throughout the economy and prices would increase most for goods
Ontario Liberals Must Repay Secret Funds Funneled To Unions
If someone gave you $80.5 million dollars, you'd probably feel pretty good about them. You may want to shout it from the rooftops that you think they're great -- and you may even be willing to pay a million dollars or two to shout it, especially if it mea
Yukon Liberals win majority government
Sandy Silver's Liberal Party has vaulted from third-party status in the Yukon legislature to oust the conservative Yukon Party after 14 years. The Liberals had one seat in the legislative assembly before the election, now they have 11.
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