Mike's Daily Comment

The Federal Spending Tug of War Continues

Within the Liberal Party (see Bill Morneau’s departure) and the government bureaucracy.  When is the spending enough? What do you want for the next billions borrowed?

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How Will You Evaluate The Federal Economic Recovery Plan?

Will you count buzz words like “green” or “innovation”? Or how many dollars go to your area or industry? Or job creation promises that never quite come true?

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No Money For Vaccines Until They Prove They Work

Unfortunately that’s the exception. The Feds spend billions without even a thought as to whether the program will work or represents “best practices.”

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It’s Shocking That We Weren’t Discussing A Plan for Big Time Economic Recovery Months Ago

What else have politicians and a lot of bureaucrats been doing? Unless the strategy is to limit discussion and debate for political reasons.

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It’s Going To Cost You Big Money

Former Finance Minister Bill Morneau stated that public sector pension plans are so generous that in the future it will be retiring public sector workers versus the rest of us.

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Is Alberta’s $24.2 Billion Deficit Enough to Get Your Attention

That’s on top of Ontario’s $38 billion and BC’s $12.5 billion and the Feds $380 billion deficit – or are the numbers so big you just tune out?

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