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Proclaiming your government ‘fiscally responsible’ does not make it so

According to projections, this federal government will possess the eight highest levels of per-person spending in Canadian history.


2:30AM
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Federal debt interest will consume nearly one quarter of income tax revenue in 2024

From 2015/16 to 2022/23, the government added more than $820 billion in gross federal debt.


12:30PM
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Bank of Canada missteps helped fuel today's inflation

In recent decades, central banks have fought inflation using interest rates instead of monetary growth.


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Balance budget within reach—if Ottawa restrains spending

Since 2014/15, annual federal program spending has increased by $193.6 billion—or 75.5 per cent.


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Ontario government’s fiscal history drenched in red ink

From 1968 to 2023, Ontario ran 48 deficits—or deficits 87 per cent of the time.


5:11PM
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Stephen T. Easton, economics professor, Fraser Institute senior fellow, mentor

Prof. Easton made great contributions in the area of crime research, which was one of his passions.


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Newfoundland and Labrador government squanders another opportunity to reduce crushing debt

On a per-person basis, government spending will increase to $19,238, the highest of any province in Canada.


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Saskatchewan’s free-spending budget includes $273 million deficit

The province's net debt will reach a projected $16.3 billion in 2024/25.


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