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Newfoundland and Labrador government squanders another opportunity to reduce crushing debt

On a per-person basis, government spending will increase to $19,238, the highest of any province in Canada.


3:15PM
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Saskatchewan’s free-spending budget includes $273 million deficit

The province's net debt will reach a projected $16.3 billion in 2024/25.


1:50PM
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New Brunswick’s stay-the-course budget leaves unanswered tax questions

The province's program spending this year will increase by 6.2 per cent, a rate faster than population growth plus inflation.


4:30AM
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Yukon should match mining potential with better policy to attract investment

The territory's mining sector tends to pay above-average wages.


10:53AM
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Ontarians in big cities suffer from weak employment income growth

Population growth often leads to faster economic growth, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the economy is doing well.


4:30AM
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Federal government will likely violate another self-imposed fiscal rule

The inability to control spending remains the primary reason for Ottawa's string of deficits.


3:12PM
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Federal government helped spark Canada’s economic growth crisis

Over the last nine years, Canadian living standards have not increased.


12:30PM
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Canada’s struggling private sector—a tale of two cities

When commercial centres have lower median employment incomes than capital cities, the private sector may be in real distress.


2:30AM
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Nova Scotia government must change course to end debt binge in upcoming budget

Every Nova Scotian is responsible for $18,906 in provincial government debt in 2023/24.


2:30AM
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Canadians in three provinces will spend roughly the same on debt interest as K-12 education

Provincial and federal net debt has increased by $1.0 trillion from 2007/08 to 2023/24.


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