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Canada's federal government alone spends more than $10 billion annually on aboriginal issues.
The Canadian retirement income system already provides Canadians with an adequate standard of living in retirement.
Between 2001 and 2008, Ontario provincial government spending grew at an average of five per cent annually while revenues only grew four per cent.
Today, Standard and Poor’s downgraded the Alberta government’s credit rating in part due to “concerns of weak budgetary performances and rising debt burden.”
Name something our governments aren’t already doing. Now name something our governments are doing spectacularly well.
When federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau meets with his provincial and territorial counterparts next week, expanding the Canada Pension Plan will be on the agenda.
Benefits of the project would have included more than $223 million in direct transfers to Tsawwassen members.