According to the provincial government, Quebecers need to show a little restraint in their energy use, or else Hydro-Québec will soon be unable to keep up with demand.
Is changing a Quebecer’s bandage very different from changing a Manitoban’s?
The federal government recently announced its intention to force car manufacturers to boost sales of electric vehicles to at least 20 per cent of their Canadian business starting in 2023.
It’s been many years since the Consumer Price Index has been followed so closely by so many people.
Many people seem to believe government should take on the role of a father, protecting us from ourselves. The idea of taxing sugary beverages is in line with this thinking.
If you have a mortgage, you’ve felt it; the rapid rise in the policy interest rate this year has led banks to charge higher interest rates.
The official figures are out, but you probably already felt it in your wallet. The growth of the Consumer Price Index remained steady at 6.9% in October.
Instead of asking for bigger health care cheques, the provinces should band together to request tax points from the federal government.
Anyone looking to buy a home has felt it: prices have skyrocketed in recent years. A good portion of the problem comes from the fact that supply has not kept up with growing demand in recent years.
The Bank of Canada is continuing its fight against inflation. The policy interest rate was increased by 0.5 percentage points this morning, from 3.25% to 3.75%.