Trudeau celebrates New Year in luxury as middle class struggles
As Trudeau jetted off to Costa Rica for Chistmas, middle class Canadians pay the Liberals’ carbon tax for the privilege of heating their homes.
Trudeau government fiscal update questioned by budget watchdog
The current plan increases the GDP-to-debt ratio while also leaving out details regarding budget cuts.
Not nearly there yet: Morneau on Indigenous ownership of TMX
Western Indigenous Pipeline Group CEO Joe Dion says Ottawa must deal with them first as they’re on the TMX right-of-way, but Morneau was non-commital.
Federal, provincial and household debt push Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio over 280 percent
Consumer debt topped $2.25 trillion in June. Add this to federal and provincial debt and Canada’s debt-to-GDP ratio sky-rockets to 281%.
Federal liability looms over $111.5 billion more red ink, moderate growth: Morneau’s economic update
“We have challenges in Alberta and Saskatchewan with changes in the resource sector but the view is positive” Finance Minister Bill Morneau
Jason Kenney versus Bill Morneau: Deep chasm between economic views
After Canadian economy sheds 71,000 jobs in November, Bill Morneau promises a $300/year tax cut, while Kenney demands Ottawa help put Alberta back to work.
B.C. premier adds another wrench to pipeline fortunes: expert
Longtime insider says B.C.’s adoption of UNDRIP should light a fire under Trudeau to cut pipeline deal with Indigenous interests. B.C. NDP Premier could prove major problem for pipeline expansion.
Liberal elites think only their kids should attend private schools
What’s going on here? Trudeau himself attended the same elitist private schools he now wishes to deny others the ability to access.
Liberals slam Scheer for not supporting public schools despite sending kids to expensive private schools
Morneau, Freeland and others sent their kids to a Toronto private school with tuition costs in the tens of thousands, while the Liberals slam Scheer for not supporting public education.