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Flaherty Digs Himself a Deep, Dark Hole

Published by under Economics

By: Terence Corcoran: Give Jim Flaherty high marks for rhetorical restraint: The words “shovel” and “ready” do not make it into the Finance Minister’s budget speech and appear only once in his massive 360-page budget plan. That’s where restraint ends, however. Otherwise, there’s a shovel on almost every page. Within weeks, all Canadian taxpayers can […]

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What We Might Look Like

Published by under Constitutional Reform

Canada is huge the second largest country in the world. It is also one of the least densely populated countries in the world. (If Canada was as densely populated as Germany or the U.K. both of which have lots of woods, mountains, moors and other open spaces she would have 2.2 or 2.3 Billion people […]

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