Morneau’s ‘Plan for Middle Class Progress’ is anything but

The Trudeau government's Plan for Middle Class Progress cuts the country’s income by $131 billion over the next five years

Morneau’s ‘Plan for Middle Class Progress’ is anything butBy Niels Veldhuis and Jason Clemens The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. Nov. 7, 2016/ Troy Media/ - Last week, Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau released his government’s Fall Economic Statement titled [popup url="http://www.budget.gc.ca/fes-eea/2016/docs/statement-enonce/fes-eea-2016-eng.pdf" height="1000" width="1200" scrollbars="1"]A Plan for Middle Class Progress[/popup]. As noted in the release, “Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced new measures to ensure…

Federal deficits could hit nearly $200 billion over next 5 years

The Trudeau government believes significant increases in government spending drives economic growth

Federal deficits could hit nearly $200 billion over next 5 yearsBy Niels Veldhuis and Charles Lammam The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. May 17, 2016/ Troy Media/ - As the saying goes, a moving target is hard to hit. That is why repeated shifts in the federal government’s deficit and debt goals over the past six months have been of so much concern. What started as…

Trudeau should learn from Chretien and Martin

The Chretien Liberals showed that smaller, smarter government, competitive taxes, and less debt is the foundation for a prosperous economy

Trudeau should learn from Chretien and Martin[popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/2016/03/trudeau-learn-chretien-martin/" height="1000" width="1000" scrollbars="1"]Download[/popup] this column the Trudeau budget [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/terms-and-conditions-of-use/" height="800" width="600" scrollbars="1"]Terms and conditions of use[/popup] By Niels Veldhuis and Jason Clemens The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. March 18, 2016/ Troy Media/ - As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his first budget next week, one that reportedly contains a deficit in excess…

There are several reasons to oppose CPP expansion

Current system already provides Canadians with an adequate standard of living upon retirement

There are several reasons to oppose CPP expansion//  canada pension plan  canada pension plan [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/2016/01/there-are-several-reasons-to-oppose-cpp-expansion/" height="800" width="800" scrollbars="0"]Download[/popup] this column on the CPP and [popup url="http://www.troymedia.com/tag/retirement/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]retirement[/popup] [popup url="http://marketplace.troymedia.com/terms-and-conditions-of-use/" height="600" width="600" scrollbars="0"]Terms and conditions of use[/popup] By Charles Lammam and Niels Veldhuis The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. Jan 11, 2016/ Troy Media/ - News reports following the meeting of Canada’s…

Notley government policies reducing Albertans living standards

Recently implemented policies will negatively impact living standards and economic opportunities

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Deficits in good times lead to trouble in bad times

Trudeau government has rejected the successful policies of the Chretien government in exchange for deficit-financed spending and higher taxes

Deficits in good times lead to trouble in bad timesDownload this column on deficits and the Trudeau government Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, OTTAWA, WINDSOR, LONDON, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, EDMONTON OUT By Jason Clemens Niels Veldhuis and Milagros Palacios The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. Dec 10, 2015/ Troy Media/ - While the Liberals campaigned on a marked increase in federal spending financed by deficits, Canadians…

Canada needs to recommit to prosperity-producing policies

The Chretien Consensus served Canadians well for more than a decade and can again

Canada needs to recommit to prosperity-producing policiesDownload this column on Canada's economy Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, OTTAWA, WINDSOR, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, EDMONTON OUT By Jason Clemens Niels Veldhuis and Milagros Palacios The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. Dec 1, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Canada’s sweeping rejection of the Chretien consensus amounts to a puzzling and hopefully temporary repudiation of prosperity and the…

Trudeau shouldn’t follow Obama’s economic path

Canadians should hope the clear parallels between Obama and Trudeau don't translate into economic performance

Trudeau shouldn’t follow Obama’s economic pathDownload this column on Justin Trudeau Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, OTTAWA, WINDSOR, WINNIPEG, CALGARY, EDMONTON OUT By Jason Clemens and Niels Veldhuis The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, B.C. Nov. 18, 2015/ Troy Media/ — Canadians should hope the clear parallels between U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau don't translate into economic performance. The parallels between the…

Big 3 political parties reach tax and incentives consensus

Tax rates really do matter when people are deciding where to invest, and live

Big 3 political parties reach tax and incentives consensusDownload this column on taxes and political parties for your publication or website. FREE Terms and Conditions of use By Jason Clemens and Niels Veldhuis The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, BC Sep 9, 2015/ Troy Media/ - A profound, if partial, consensus on taxes and economic incentives reached amongst the main political parties in Canada seems…

The myths and realities behind Ontario manufacturing

Province wrong to blame its debts woes on plight of its manufacturing sector

The myths and realities behind Ontario manufacturingDownload this column on Ontario manufacturing for your publication or website. FREE Terms and Conditions of use TORONTO, OTTAWA OUT By Robert Murphy and Niels Veldhuis The Fraser Institute VANCOUVER, BC Jun 26, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Ontario’s chronic budget deficits have been a problem for more than a decade, as they initially surfaced during…