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No electoral reform without a referendum
Stephen Harper - A Personal Reflection
By Colin Brown, Chairman of the National Citizens Coalition
The first time I met Stephen Harper I thought he was the smartest guy in the room, but I liked him anyway. He didn’t use the $50 words and intellectual snobbishness that many deep-thinking academics carry. We were at an NCC event in Hamilton and he was in debate promoting the triple-E senate. He was a shy, young Reform MP from Calgary. I was a newly installed Chairman of the NCC and it was not long after the death of the NCC’s founder, Colin M. Brown. I remember thinking Dad would… Read More +
PBO warns Canada's spending is now on an unsustainable path
After a comprehensive review of federal, provincial and municipal spending projections across the country Canada's Parliamentary Budget Officer is sounding the alarm.
Canada's spending is now on an unsustainable path. Full stop.
In fact, Prime Minister Trudeau has even squandered any room for future spending initiatives with this year's federal budget, which included more than $10-billion of new spending on top of a deficit projected to reach $30-billion by 2017. This means that Canada's debt-to-GDP ratio - the most important single measure of economic health - will increase significantly.
The consequences of overspending are very real. We have seen numerous failed states… Read More +
Alberta’s fiscal situation poised to become even more dire
Alberta’s latest fiscal update paints a fairly bleak picture of limited economic growth on the horizon for the province, and increased job losses a distinct possibility as the year continues.
This may come as no surprise to some, after the provincial NDP tabled a budget this year projecting a $10.4-billion deficit for 2016/2017 and up to $60-billion of new debt by 2020.
The situation is already becoming dire for many businesses across the province.
In Calgary, many businesses are struggling to keep lights on and avoid laying off staff. In fact the city has now agreed to freeze property taxes for the… Read More +
Thanks to pressure from groups like the National Citizens Coalition and others- surprisingly including the media who has been so in love with Trudeau- the two largest relocation expenditure staffers in the PMO have climbed down and realized the folly of their outrageous relocation expenses.
Both made significant gains on the sale of their houses in Toronto and still submitted expenses for their real estate commissions and many other costs. They now are going to reimburse the government for all costs not paid… Read More +