quebec government spending

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Legault government recorded two highest years of spending in Quebec since 1965
The province's debt interest costs are expected to grow to $11.1 billion by 2027/28 or almost 10 per cent of total revenue.

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Economic freedom waning in Quebec and across Canada

Bill 96 will likely help drive businesses away from the province.

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A free press must be free of government

If lots of people are reading newspapers, advertisers would have noticed by now.

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'Austerity' claims in Quebec have little basis in fact

Net public debt represented 46.6 per cent of the economy in 2017.

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Nous sommes souvent amenés à croire à tort que la dette publique n'a pas d'importance.

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While some provinces have taken steps to rein in spending and balance budgets, Ontario is a laggard and Alberta has embarked on a new road to debt.