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P.E.I. deficit may be bigger than forecasts

Forecasts project a -5.1 per cent decline in the province's GDP.

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Reality of government matters when assessing policy options

Such implicit or explicit assumptions invariably lead to unintended consequences.

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Trudeau government should provide fiscal update—now
More than 8 million applicants successfully applied for the CERB.

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China looks to douse freedom in Hong Kong

Hongkongers have enjoyed the highest level of personal freedom in the world, according to the Human Freedom Index.

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B.C. minimum wage hike may actually hurt workers it’s designed to help

The Horgan government raised the province’s minimum wage to $14.60.

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Estimating the recessionary impact on Nova Scotia finances—Part 1

RBC forecasts an $800 million provincial deficit this year, Scotiabank forecasts $970 million.

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On the Passing of Harvard economist Alberto Alesina

Alesina specifically noted the experience of Canada in the mid-1990s.

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Modern Monetary Theory, Part 4: MMT and quantitative easing

Since the 2008-2009 financial crisis, central banks in Canada and elsewhere have pursued quantitative easing.

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F.I. experts weigh in on how the COVID-19 pandemic and recession might change Canada permanently.


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