Deficit spending is no free lunch; it’s a bill to future taxpayers

The government should stop kicking the can down the road and reduce federal spending now to avoid future tax increases

Deficit spending is no free lunch; it’s a bill to future taxpayers
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

The government should stop kicking the can down the road and reduce federal spending now to avoid future tax increases

Prevention cuts demand on the health system

Increased spending has entrenched an inefficient system that has inflated the cost of getting the same outcomes. It’s time for change

Prevention cuts demand on the health system
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Increased spending has entrenched an inefficient system that has inflated the cost of getting the same outcomes. It’s time for change

Alberta sinks deeper into a sea of red ink

The more the government spends on servicing its debt, the less is left over for priorities that Albertans value such as health care

Alberta sinks deeper into a sea of red ink
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

The more the government spends on servicing its debt, the less is left over for priorities that Albertans value such as health care

Canadians pay the price for unnecessary Crown corporations

With more than $1 trillion locked in underperforming assets, Crown ownership is a hugely important issue for public policy debate

Canadians pay the price for unnecessary Crown corporations
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

With more than $1 trillion locked in underperforming assets, Crown ownership is a hugely important issue for public policy debate

Shove EDC off taxpayers’ shoulders and into the private sector

Canada's export credit agency is good at what it does. But part of that is taking risks with taxpayers’ money. It's time for that to end

Shove EDC off taxpayers’ shoulders and into the private sector
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Canada’s export credit agency is good at what it does. But part of that is taking risks with taxpayers’ money. It’s time for that to end

Insurance Corp. of B.C. faces uncertain future

Canada’s only mandatory insurance provider is digging a deep financial hole and the B.C. government is looking for answers

Insurance Corp. of B.C. faces uncertain future
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Canada’s only mandatory insurance provider is digging a deep financial hole and the B.C. government is looking for answers

No ray of sunshine in Alberta’s fiscal forecast

Rachel Notley seems intent on duplicating the deep-diving debt performance of former Ontario NDP leader Bob Rae

No ray of sunshine in Alberta’s fiscal forecast
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Rachel Notley seems intent on duplicating the deep-diving debt performance of former Ontario NDP leader Bob Rae

Alberta crushed beneath a growing mountain of debt

The slow path to balance means the province will continue adding debt by the bucketful for many years, penalizing future taxpayers

Alberta crushed beneath a growing mountain of debt
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

The slow path to balance means the province will continue adding debt by the bucketful for many years, penalizing future taxpayers

Alberta’s fiscal fiasco threat to future generations of Albertans

Despite an improving economy, the provincial government still projects $9.1-billion deficit

Alberta’s fiscal fiasco threat to future generations of Albertans
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Despite an improving economy, the provincial government still projects $9.1-billion deficit

Federal budget turned a blind eye to Canada’s economic challenges

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s budget fails to address sluggish economic growth and declining business investment

Federal budget turned a blind eye to Canada’s economic challenges
RSS236
Follow by Email
Facebook0
Google+
Twitter
LinkedIn

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s budget fails to address sluggish economic growth and declining business investment