A fisl update for hard times: Is it enough?

If anyone doubts that we are living through a grave global pandemic, all they need to do is read the federal government’s newest fisl update. It’s a fisl update like no other. It’s designed to get nada through a challenging COVID-19 winter, dropping money on long-term re, safer school conditions,…
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CCPA joins global mpaign to #MakeAmazonPay

Amazon’s rise from online bookseller to trillion-dollar global logistics, internet, merchandising and entertainment behemoth was fast and?ferocious. Behind the same-day deliveries and trend-setting television series is a company committed to ruthlessly destroying productive economic activity and debasing workers. It is helped along in this pursuit by aggressive (but legal) tax…
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Saskatchewan’s wasted energy (efficiency)

The Saskatchewan government often explains its approach to climate change policy as one of “balance,” concerned that any environmental regulations do not do undue harm to Saskatchewan’s economy. This of course has been the primary argument behind the government’s opposition to a federal rbon price, or what Premier Scott Moe…
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COVID-19 drug and vaccine patents are putting profit before people

Since the birth of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995, most member states have had to abide by the Agreement on Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which protects patents and copyrights including those applible to new diagnostics, vaccines, medicines and medil supplies. In early October, India and South…
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Five ways the Biden presidency could change nadian climate policy for the better

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden is an unabashedly moderate politician. During the Democratic Party primaries last year he often found himself on the defensive as more progressive ndidates challenged his record and his priorities, including on climate change. Yet after securing his party’s nomination this spring en route to winning the…
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Why Doug Ford’s COVID-19 balancing act won’t save small business

Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s desire to keep small businesses afloat and the economy open through the pandemic–even as COVID-19 ses soar–is evident in his government’s budget. Unfortunately, there is a fatal flaw in Ford’s approach. It won’t work. In the spring, the first-wave lockdown in Ontario targeted those businesses where…
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