Content for today ( International Eradication of Poverty Day ) wasn’t long in the finding.
Again, that red hot and high-revving real estate engine torques itself up, spinning change all over the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area and beyond.
Outpacing Toronto real estate, Durham may be the GTA’s hottest market. Buyers looking for relief in the suburbs face soaring prices, faster sales, competitive bidding
See also: (317) Durham Region
So, there’s not a single independent book shop in Canada’s ninth largest municipality, Brampton? Wow.
For a balanced, critical reflection on this:
All roads lead to Brampton
image: Curly via Flickr/CC
The Toronto Star surveys the general picture for Ontario’s workers as Decent Work Day (Oct 7th) and the conclusion of public consultations within the province’s Changing Workplaces Review coincide with what has been a blue sky Thanksgiving weekend.
Advocates demand better protection for Ontario workers. Is Ontario turning into a low-wage economy? Research shows over half of Toronto jobs are considered precarious
image: Hope Abrams via Flickr/CC
It must be love, the way we keep on coming back to basic income on this blog. Expecting a deeper discussion of the matter in the near future.
A new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: A policy maker’s guide to basic income
(link to 42-page .pdf file)
A second CCPA report:
Basic income: rethinking social policy
(link to 62-page .pdf file)