Pre-budget consultations reveal Freeland wants authority to increase borrowing from $1.2 trillion to $1.8 trillion
Lack of transparency in Trudeau government has some former senior bureaucrats worried about the state of democracy in Canada
Alberta will see an increase of only $217 million from the federal government despite the unprecedented economic challenges that Alberta faces, said Kenney
Despite claims by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland that Canada has a “hard-won and well deserved reputation” for fiscal prudence, the evidence suggests otherwise.
Together, these companies paid out nearly $2 billion to shareholders between April and September – subsidized by Canadian taxpayer debt.
The fight for information has been hampered by disruption of House of Commons committees, first by prorogation of Parliament, and then by Liberal filibustering.
Now she's trying to figure out a way to get it out.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland has announced another $100 billion in stimulus spending to help the country recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Past Tory voters overwhelming pick Fox
“From corruption to chaos to coverup,” tweeted Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre.