government deficit

Printer-friendly version
What is Modern Monetary Theory and why is it gaining currency in these volatile times?

Providing income support to workers and businesses involves large increases in government expenditures.

Printer-friendly version

Since the Liberals’ first forecast in 2015, expected GDP for 2017 has dropped by $62 billion or $1,700 per Canadian.

Printer-friendly version

The Trump administration is negotiating tax reform that could make the U.S. much more attractive for investment and skilled workers.

Printer-friendly version

Only a small portion of infrastructure spending will go towards building more efficient transportation corridors.

Printer-friendly version

Canadian headlines about government deficits and debt can be dizzying and hard for people to grasp. A few billion here and several billion there and the natural response is for one’s eyes to glaze over in despair. But the increasing government debt has tangible and immediate consequences that affect Canadian families today and into the future.