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The BMO Annual Retirement Study released on Tuesday found that after two years, Canadians believe they need to save an additional $300,000 to retire – raising the total average retirement fund from $1.4 million in 2020 to $1.7 million near the end of 2022.

The Andrew Lawton Show | CBC’s days are numbered

True North's Andrew Lawton says CBC can't stay relevant when it is already irrelevant to most Canadians, who have to keep footing the bill for a service they don't use.

Ottawa mayor promotes drag queen storytime featuring x-rated performer

Ottawa mayor Mark Sutcliffe promoted an all-ages drag queen storytime for kids which features a performance by an x-rated entertainer. 

Two children dead after transit driver crashes into Quebec daycare

A transit driver in Quebec is accused of killing two children and injuring six by crashing a city bus into a daycare on Wednesday morning.

Former public service head questions government’s rising use of outside contractors

In an op-ed penned for Policy Options, Former Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick said the government’s rising use of outside contractors should pose questions about a deteriorating public service, rather than allegations about corruption.

The Daily Brief | A $40,000 pay raise for the governor...

According to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the governor general salary rose to roughly $340,000 after three years of the pandemic. Tune into The Daily Brief with Andrew Lawton and Rachel Emmanuel!

Trudeau proposes $46 billion healthcare deal with provinces

Trudeau met with provincial and territory leaders in Ottawa, as the leaders looked for ways to deal with Canada’s overwhelmed healthcare system. 

Feds spent $50K on “xeno-racism and white supremacy” in military workshop

The Department of National Defence spent nearly $50,000 on workshops to weed out “xeno-racist and white supremacist elements” from the Canadian Armed Forces. 

Alberta energy veteran joins Indigenous-led oil sands project to aid expansion

An Indigenous-led oil sands company has welcomed Alberta energy veteran and former Suncor Vice President Mike Macsween onto its board of directors as it prepares to become an industry leader in development and support. 

The Andrew Lawton Show | Trudeau is wrong – Canada is...

True North's Andrew Lawton says you have to be delusional to not see the system breakdowns taking place across the country, though he doesn't think any politician can fix it.

BONOKOSKI: The role of sureties in Canada’s revolving door justice system

"In all the recent talk around solving the 'revolving door justice system,' one of the few approaches never discussed are the bail bondsmen."

CAMPUS WATCH: Tampon, pad dispensers installed in Western University men’s room

Tampon and pad dispensers are being installed in men’s washrooms at the University of Western Ontario as part of a student union initiative to accommodate “students who menstruate.”

B.C. man arrested in connection to axe-attack

Nanaimo RCMP arrested the 39-year-old on Monday, two days after he allegedly struck a man in the head with the blunt side of an axe at a bus stop.

Governor-General pay bump unfair to taxpayers, advocate says

Taxpayers chipped-in for a near $40,000 pay bump to the governor general while facing the economic struggles of the pandemic, according to a taxpayer advocate.

The Daily Brief | A different approach to Canada’s drug crisis

the Alberta government takes a different approach to the drug crisis in comparison to provinces like BC and Ontario, as the first of six massive recovery communities will open later this month. Tune in to the Daily Brief with Anthony Furey and Rachel Emmanuel.

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“Significantly higher” migration factors into high rental demand, says CMHC

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has released this year’s annual rental market report and notes that in part migration continues to drive higher demand for rental space.

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More than half of Canadians are not confident they will have enough money to retire: survey

The BMO Annual Retirement Study released on Tuesday found that after two years, Canadians believe they need to save an additional $300,000 to retire – raising the total average retirement fund from $1.4 million in 2020 to $1.7 million near the end of 2022.
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