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

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From 2015/16 to 2022/23, the government added more than $820 billion in gross federal debt.
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Support for government-funded pharmacare, dental care and daycare plummeted to well below 50 per cent if the programs are paid for by tax hikes.

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

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The Trudeau government has recorded the five-highest years of federal spending in Canadian history.

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With no carrots in the form of market incentives, socialist leaders deployed a terrifying array of sticks.

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B.C. trails far behind Alberta in head office employment.

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Rather than adopt the discipline necessary to get back on track, Ottawa simply moves the goalposts.

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According to projections, government debt interest will cost nearly $1,000 per British Columbian by 2026/27.

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In 2023/24, interest costs on federal government debt will reach a projected $46.5 billion.