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Manitoba’s gap between homebuilding and population growth widest in 40 years

Last year the province's population increased by 4.6 new residents per home built.

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Candidates in Manitoba promise more spending—which is already the problem

The annual cost to service the province's debt has hit $1.1 billion.

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The PBO projects in 2042 Alberta will have more debt relative to the size of its economy than Ontario.

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Tucked away in the middle of the country, Manitoba has managed to keep a low profile when it comes to its fiscal situation, but it hasn’t balanced a budget since 2009.

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Duplicated regulation among provinces can impose needless costs on people and businesses.

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Hydro transmission line may run along west side of Lake Manitoba.

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Manitoba’s newly-elected government faces some important fiscal challenges.

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There are better ways for government to attract business besides corporate welfare.

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When Manitoba’s NDP government delivered its budget back in April, Finance Minister Stan Struthers ruffled some feathers with his announcement of an increase in the provincial sales tax (PST) to eight per cent from seven per cent, effective July 1, which happens to be Canada Day. His proposed tax hike has been hotly debated ever since.