It's National Punctuation Day.
Fine, the guy who invented it is from California, so maybe it's not our National Punctuation Day. Nonetheless, it'd be worthwhile for Canadians to employ proper punctuation (and grammar and syntax).
For those wondering, this is CG&A's approved style guide.
The recently concluded tax reform conference report draft includes a one-percentage-point increase in the corporate tax rate above what both the House an...