The government has increased per-person spending by more than 10 per cent between 2018/19 and 2020/21.
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When tax rates increase, people often change their economic behaviour in ways that shrink the targeted tax base.
Some historical perspective on Earth Day activism suggests cooler heads should prevail in climate change discussions.
The region's average per-person GDP is 32.7 per cent larger than Ontario's.
The carbon tax will cost Canadians an estimated 184,000 jobs.
Ramping up interest rates at this juncture places more of the burden of fighting inflation on consumers.
In the last year of reliable data before the pandemic, government spending in Nova Scotia represented 60.2 per cent of the economy.
The projected federal deficit for 2022/23 could have been reduced by more than 42 per cent had the government stuck to last spring's spending plan.
National politicians aren’t as well placed to make local decisions as local politicians.