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McNeil’s lack of a plan to pay off debt is intergenerational theft: CTF

The CTF is calling for a plan from Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil and Finance Minister Karen Casey to pay down the province’s newly announced debt loads, after the release of the provincial budget.
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Ways to weather Newfoundland and Labrador’s looming debt storm

The latest mega snowstorm has proven once again that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are some of the most resilient and resourceful people you’ll find, but now it’s the government that needs to demonstrate resourcefulness rooted in reality to deal with a looming budget disaster.
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Engage taxpayers but reduce spending to help them most

It’s always good when our politicians want to put their ears to the ground and hear what taxpayers really think. But they need to be honest about the seriousness of the situation and present all the options to turn things around.
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The Case for Fiscal Reform

In this series of articles, the Macdonald-Laurier Institute revisits cases in the anglosphere where governments tackled their debt and deficit crises. Examples include Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
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Hugs, kisses not in cards for Valentine's Day start at B.C. legislature

While BC's budget might have been balanced on paper, it's debt has been steadily rising for years and years. If the government is committed to inter-generational equity, it ought to do more than simply balance program spending with revenues.
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Morneau dropped deficit forecast from fall update

Burrying a government report 101: wait until December 23rd to release it.
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Canada on deficit-paved path to debt crisis?

There is an easy way to avoid such a crisis: control spending, balance the budget and start paying down the debt. It's not rocket science!
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