Économie, métiers et emplois

Devant l’incertitude croissante qui règne dans le monde d’aujourd’hui, notre économie s’en est bien tirée comparativement à de nombreux autres pays. La classe moyenne n’a cessé de perdre du terrain, aussi les inégalités augmentent d’autant. Il faut que les jeunes puissent entrer sur le marché du travail et que les métiers se diversifient. Dans l’ensemble, l’économie canadienne doit être restructurée pour garantir un meilleur avenir à ses citoyens et citoyennes. Comment y parvenir ?

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Event Photos: Economic Projections for Canadian Families

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L to R: Sandra Pupatello, Chrystia Freeland, Derek Holt, Liam McGuinty and Kim Jarvi

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Report: Economic Projections for Canadian Families 2014

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Is Cautious Optimism Justified? These are not the easiest times for Canadians, for young people, for seniors, for the middle class. What can Canadian families expect in 2014? What can business and investors expect? Are we pursuing the right fiscal and …

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Economic Projections for Canadian Families 2014

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These are not the easiest times for Canadians, for young people, for seniors, for the middle class. What can Canadian families expect in 2014? What can business and investors expect? Are we pursing the right fiscal and monetary policies? What about ear …

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Memo

Canada’s dangerously distorted tax conversation

By Alex Himelfarb

We don’t like paying taxes. This is not big news: we don’t much like paying any bills, and there’s probably never been a time when we didn’t grumble in particular about taxes. But somehow “tax” has gone from irritant to four-letter word, not to be utte …

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The path leading to middle-class prosperity

By Chrystia Freeland

Social mobility is one of the casualties of rising income inequality and the hollowing out of the middle class. We must do everything we can to lean against that trend, particularly investing in public education, starting in preschool. Second, we need …

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