Canadian government and industry officials are set to fire back today after the U.S. Commerce Department hit softwood lumber imports with duties ranging from three to 24 per cent.
One might assume that the Ontario Liberal government's pilot project to provide a guaranteed basic income would be roundly dismissed by those on the political and economic right as yet another government-led social welfare scheme doomed to failure.
A study analyzing air pollution on rapid transit systems in three of Canada's largest cities found that the air quality levels in the Toronto subway system was similar to the air quality in smog-prone Beijing on an average day.
Greg Spearn has left his post as interim CEO of Toronto Community Housing "for personal reasons," according to the TCH board chair.
Maureen and Wendell Strong started hearing the rumours early in 2016: Alberta landowners with Lexin Resources natural gas wells on their property weren't getting paid.