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Benefits of the project would have included more than $223 million in direct transfers to Tsawwassen members.
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Housing markets in Canada’s largest cities are once again the subject of national news, this time because of an increase of the minimum down payments for government-backed mortgages.

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10:12AM
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As recent as 2009/10, Quebec’s per-person net debt burden was approximately $4,400 higher than Ontario’s. That gap is projected to be just $1,100 this year.
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A higher target rate will raise uncertainty about future inflation and be costly for the economy.
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9:42AM
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The federal government’s projected fiscal balance has gone from a $4.3 billion surplus to a budget deficit that could be as large as $25 billion.
8:53AM
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The Alberta government recently implemented a series of policy changes that will leave Albertans materially less free. Given the clear link between economic freedom and prosperity, expect these changes to have negative long-term effects on living standards and economic opportunities across the province.
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Alberta continues to face significant economic challenges. Rather than make matters worse, governments should implement pro-growth economic policies.
11:38AM
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Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the exoneration of Lynden Dorval, an Edmonton physics teacher who was fired for giving zeroes on student assignments that were not completed.

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In Canada, the decline in house calls has taken place despite evidence that an increase in house calls would increase quality of care and decrease costs.

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3:15PM
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On the mainline general-interest CBC shows, you almost never hear praise for markets.

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