The government’s reliance on formal benefit-cost analysis will be a major barrier to the timely elimination of red tape.
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The federal government expects the deficit in 2018-19 to reach $18.1 billion and grow next year to $19.6 billion.
In the 1970s the Bank of Canada switched to monetarist money-supply targeting.
Program spending this fiscal year will reach $320.2 billion.
Calgary households will see a $60 property tax increase, on average.
Just six months into its 2018/19 plan, the government upped spending by $8 billion.
The flatulence of cows produces large quantities of greenhouse gases.
The PBO projects in 2042 Alberta will have more debt relative to the size of its economy than Ontario.
Canada’s supply management systems impose tariffs of up to 300 per cent on above-quota imports.
Handouts are far costlier than emission tax revenues to fund reductions in other tax rates.