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The Liberal government remains committed to a misguided fiscal policy approach that spends borrowed money in the hopes of increasing prosperity.


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From 2003/04 to 2015/16, Ontario program spending grew at an average annual rate of 4.7 per cent.

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Government spending has increased in Ontario, and Alberta has dramatically increased the tax burden on residents and businesses.

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Starting in 1995, Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Finance Minister Paul Martin reduced program spending, balanced the budget and cut taxes.


9:09AM
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On health care, despite a high level of spending, Canadians have comparatively poor access to technology and doctors, and long wait times for surgery.


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Attributing Ontario’s manufacturing struggles to global forces is, at best, an oversimplification.


12:54PM
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Taxes for the average Canadian family have increased 1,939 per cent since 1961.

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In a recent study, we tracked the total tax bill of the average Canadian family from 1961 to 2015.

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If the government imposes a tax on carbon, it would keep almost all of the current intrusive regulations in place.

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Small reductions in the consumption of sugary drinks and other food products do not necessarily translate into weight loss.