Economy
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canada

57% of Canadians find it difficult to feed their families, up from 36% in 2019: Poll

A new polling from Angus Reid Institute found that 57% of Canadians reported having a difficult time feeding their family, which is up from 2019 when the figure was 36%.
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covid19

Debt burden of Americans on the rise

Americans paid off debt during the pandemic, but their debt burden is now on the rise again.
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energy

Germany shutting down all six of its nuclear power plants by end of 2022 amid energy crisis

Germany is shutting down three of its last six nuclear power stations on Friday, January 7, in an effort to completely withdraw from nuclear power and focus on renewables.
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canada

Lockdowns and government restrictions cost Canadian small businesses 740,800 jobs

Newly released data from Canada’s Department of Industry released alarming job numbers last week.
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covid19

Supply chain disruptions could last as long as pandemic, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says

During media appearances on Sunday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said the supply chain issues being experienced across the country and world could last as long as the pandemic.
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canadian energy

Opinion | Ban on Hydrocarbons: Quebec is asleep at the well

Written by Miguel Ouellette, Director of Operations and Economist at the MEI
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canada

Canada’s inflation rate hits an 18-year high

The Canadian inflation rate has just hit an 18-year high with the annual inflation rate hitting 4.4%, up from 4.1% in August.
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oil and gas

Quebec government plans to shut the door permanently on the oil and gas industry

The Legault government is planning on permanently banning natural gas and fossil fuel exploration in the province, according to inside sources.
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Justin Trudeau makes major election spending promises, without costing it

In Quebec on August 16, Justin Trudeau announced that a re-elected Liberal government will extend and introduce new emergency spending supports for businesses including tourism, the arts and culture.
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canadian energy

Opinion | The Quebec Government made a very unfortunate mistake for the global environment

They cancelled the Saguenay LNG project, a multibillion-dollar project that would have brought thousands of high-paid jobs to where they are very much needed. The decision on the surface was because of global environmental risks but sadly ensures global emissions will be higher.
covid19

Poll shows nearly half of Democrat voters in favour of putting those who refuse the jab in “designated facilities or locations”, imprisoning those who question jab’s efficacy 

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Poll shows nearly half of Democrat voters in favour of putting those who refuse the jab in “designated facilities or locations”, imprisoning those who question jab’s efficacy 

canada

CBC hires “radical anarchist” to produce documentary on BC pipeline protests

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CBC hires “radical anarchist” to produce documentary on BC pipeline protests

covid19

Debt burden of Americans on the rise

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Debt burden of Americans on the rise

domestic terrorism

U.S. government creates “domestic terrorism” taskforce 

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U.S. government creates “domestic terrorism” taskforce 

canada

Quebec government considering banning unvaccinated from grocery stores, pharmacies

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Quebec government considering banning unvaccinated from grocery stores, pharmacies

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