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Canadians are worried about taxpayers’ huge bill for the pandemic response ― but don’t think now is the time to pull back.
Our huge borrowing binge will still be way less, proportionally, than what the U.S. is about to do.
Unlike their main rivals, the Liberals haven’t yet released PBO reviews of the costs of campaign pledges.
Savings to health care costs alone could offset nearly half the bill.
Beware rising interest rates.
She's no fan of omnibus bills or time allocation.
The Liberal government’s plan to hike taxes on the rich while cutting taxes for some others will cost more than the Trudeau
Canadians risk a debt crunch "beyond historical experience" when interest rates rise.
Overqualification up among university grads, down among college grads Vast majority of underemployed came from three fields
Economy to grow half as fast as earlier projected.
The regions that saw the largest growth in the number of temporary foreign workers between 2002 and 2012 might come as a
Surplus budgeting is a worthy goal; however, the means by which the Government gets there has to be transparent. Increasing El premiums beyond sustainment and reducing eligibility is not transparent. Sale of undisclosed assets is not transparent. Lapsing budgets by stealth is not transparent.
Last week saw the end of the tenure of Canada's first and, so far, only Parliamentary Budget Officer. He is a genuine Canadian hero. While so many other Canadian civil servants (and politicians) went along with the Harperite parliamentary thuggery, Page simply did his job.
Canada's budget watchdog says he's bracing for a David and Goliath court fight with the federal government. Kevin Page, the