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Economy

Statistics Canada rewrote our story on Statistics Canada

Posted September 2, 2014 by Tamsin McMahon

The federal agency submitted its own version of our story on its botched July job numbers

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How do we measure a politician’s job record?

Posted August 25, 2014 by David Akin

Today on the campaign trail, New Brunswick Liberal Leader Brian Gallant was talking about his job creation plan and hammering the government of incumbent Progressive Conservative Premier David Alward government because it “it lost 3,900 jobs since October 2010, lost, more specifically, 6,500 full-time jobs.” That phrase “since October 2010″ is an important qualifier but, in […]

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The Alward jobs record: Not good

Posted August 25, 2014 by David Akin

Campaigning with Justin Trudeau on the weekend, New Brunswick Liberal Leader Brian Gallant told reporters, “The plan of David Alward and the Conservatives is not at all concrete. When you look at their record on job creation, since 2010 we’ve lost 3,900 jobs.” Not true. It’s actually much worse. The province has lost 4,800 jobs […]

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The Harper jobs record? Depends on how you slice it …

Posted August 17, 2014 by David Akin

In our newspapers Monday, I write about Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s visits beginning Monday through southwestern Ontario, an area of the country that’s been particularly hard hit by job losses, mostly in the manufacturing sector. You can read the column here. But here, in this post, is some more background on what I’ll call the […]

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Capitalism

Comin’ at ya . . .

Posted August 17, 2014 by Edstock

WHEN THE JOBS DISAPPEAR it’s going to be really tough on capitalism. This video is an accurate forecast without the hype of what kind of changes are coming for your children to deal with. The next thirty years are going to be so interesting . . .

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