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Video At a time when household debt is soaring in Canada, prompting the federal government to raise concerns over potential problems in the economy if interest rates rise, banks have to be careful not to go overboard with aggressive lending, Mr.
They won't be affected by the Conservative government's plans to change Old Age Security. Everyone else may want to have a real close read of this year's budget. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, 62, says any changes to Old Age Security won't take
Jim Flaherty says provincial and territorial finance ministers appear to be coming around to the reality of cuts in federal health-care funding. The federal Finance Minister, in the B.C. capital for a meeting with his colleagues, did not confirm
A Conference Board study suggests Western Canada will keep powering the economy over the next couple of years while the rest of the country chugs along at more measured pace. The Ottawa-based think tank says in its fall outlook that most provinces
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says Canada's economy remains stable and growing despite a volatile situation on global markets, but acknowledges that the continued uncertainty poses obvious risks for the country. Flaherty told reporters Wednesday
The War Room podcast (August 5, 2011) by Rosemary Barton Aug. 5, 2011 7:56 PM For years, Abousfian Abdelrazik and Adil Charkaoui have been trying to clear their names from suggestions of terrorist ties...Canada has a "range of measures" to deal with
The federal Conservative government is expected on Monday to introduce new rules aimed at toughening up mortgage lending in a bid to curb the record household debt levels in this country. The key change Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is likely to
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says expectations for Canada's economy need to be dialled down as the world struggles to its feet after a major downturn. Flaherty says the "boom times" of the last decade are over and now is a time of modest growth and
Canada won't raise taxes to pay down its recessionary deficit, but the federal workforce will be reduced, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said in interviews. In year-end interviews with various news media in Ottawa, Flaherty said the Conservative
Thursday will be investigated by the provincial agency responsible for probing incidents involving police that result in death or injury.