Quebec and the Riot Index

The Quebec government is now at it’s second impasse in negotiations with students over tuitionĀ  hikes. The Quebec government, which is mired in $159 billion in debt (up from $99 billion in 2004), is attempting to make spending cuts and generate new revenues wherever it can. The proposed 75% increase in tuition that would have […]

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Canada Staved Off 4th Quarter Contraction

With most economic indicators in for December, it appears that Canada’s economy experienced positive but modest growth in the 4th quarter. Canada’s soaring trade balance kept Canada’s economy from shrinking as the Canadian consumer began to ease spending. Overall, low interest rates supported continued new building in both the residential and private sectors. As for […]

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