Canada’s inflation rate soars to second highest amongst developed countries

According to a report released today by the Bank of Montreal (BMO), Canada’s average Consumer Price Index (CPI) rate soared to 2.4 per cent this year: a 1.5 per cent increase compared to last year’s 0.9 per cent. The inflation rate in Toronto alone exceeded the national average to reach three per cent.

Mayoral debate addresses Toronto’s reputation for fairness

Nancy Jenter’s city is no longer Toronto the Good. As a welfare recipient and food bank patron, Jenter says she knows first-hand how Toronto treats its underprivileged citizens. “Poor people are being left to rot in Toronto,” she said. “The rents are over the roof. Lots of the jobs are part-time. Don’t tell me that […]