EISEN and FANTAUZZO : Aligning public sector employment rates in the region with the national average would wipe out the region’s provincial-level budget deficit.
Policy choices that could cause employers to offer workers fewer hours counter-productive.
Raising taxes on high-income individuals will not promote the welfare of Nova Scotians.
Between 2001 and 2012, Canada’s automotive industry lost nearly 55,000 jobs.
Restricting their access is an unnecessary curb of individual rights.