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government subsidized daycare

The Quebec government spent $2.3 billion last year, or $9,772 per child, on its daycare program.

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B.C. provincial finances precarious after just a few months of NDP governance

The Horgan government has effectively increased spending by an additional $4.5 billion in the first few months of its term.

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NDP may break campaign promise with big spending budget

Government program spending will reach $49.2 billion, 6.6 per cent higher than last year.

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B.C. at fiscal crossroads—next week’s budget update will reveal path new government takes

Rhetoric from the campaign trail stressed increased spending and higher taxes.

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Premier Notley choosing the wrong NDP premier to emulate

Alberta has seen a run-up of projected net debt totalling about $10,000 per Albertan by 2019/20—up from essentially zero in 2015/16.

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The NDP government has unwittingly told would-be investors and entrepreneurs that their efforts and talents are better deployed elsewhere.

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Alberta’s unemployment rate climbed to 8.6 per cent in July—the highest rate since 1994.

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The Notley government is spinning like mad to distance itself from some painful numbers.