philippe couillard

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According to the PBO, provincial cooperation with the federal carbon floor may reduce the size of Canada's economy by 0.5 per cent in 2020.


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Quebec and B.C. have experienced more labour disruptions than any other province over the past nine years.

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Over the next five years, program spending is projected to grow 2.8 per cent annually while provincial revenues increase 3.1 per cent.

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In Canada, total government spending—more than 40 per cent of GDP—is much higher than empirical evidence shows to be optimal.

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Quebec produces 72 per cent of the world’s maple syrup output, much more than Saudi Arabia’s 13 per cent share of world oil production.

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For decades, Quebec and its governments have been petulant and demanding. The tendency has been there since at least the first avowedly separatist Parti Quebecois government, elected in 1976. That habit continued regardless of the party in power, and of course, depending on the party, there was always the threat to separate.