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Western provinces haven for Ontario's young adults to find decent jobs, report says

Western Canada has become home for young Canadians to find decent jobs over the past decade, while Ontario and Quebec — the nation’s most populated provinces — have suffered with poor prospects, according to a national report released on Tuesday. 726 more words

Windsor

Fraser Institute to young Canadians: go west

CALGARY – For young Canadians looking to land a good job, the West is where it’s at, according to a new report released by the Fraser Institute on Tuesday. 222 more words

Money

Young Canadians on the job hunt should head west, says Fraser Institute report

CALGARY – For young Canadians looking to land a good job, the West is where it’s at, according to a new report released by the Fraser Institute on Tuesday. 224 more words

Canada

From The Vault: Tom Flanagan, white supremacists, the Reform Party and NAMBLA

Remember when Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff and CBC commentator Tom Flanagan was vilified after a YouTube clip of his comments about child pornography went viral (well, by Canadian standards).  658 more words

Ontario's Power Consumers Being Fleeced by Wind Industry Subsidies

How green energy is fleecing Ontario electricity consumers
Financial Post
Ross McKitrick and Tom Adams
29 October 2014

Adding renewable generating capacity triggers changes throughout the system that multiply costs for consumers  … 909 more words

Big Wind Industry

Wind, solar fuel energy price hikes: Fraser Institute

A new report from the Fraser Institute is providing wind for the sails of Ontario renewable energy opponents by suggesting that the province’s rising energy prices are largely a result of investments into wind and solar generation. 745 more words

National

Businesses cry foul over civic property tax gap

British Columbia businesses are being unfairly slammed by property taxes, according to a report by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

According to the report, released Tuesday, businesses in the City of Vancouver pay more than four (4.33) times as much in property taxes compared to residential properties. 220 more words

Vancouver