The Liberal government remains committed to a misguided fiscal policy approach that spends borrowed money in the hopes of increasing prosperity.
Starting in 1995, Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Finance Minister Paul Martin reduced program spending, balanced the budget and cut taxes.
On health care, despite a high level of spending, Canadians have comparatively poor access to technology and doctors, and long wait times for surgery.
Attributing Ontario’s manufacturing struggles to global forces is, at best, an oversimplification.
If the government imposes a tax on carbon, it would keep almost all of the current intrusive regulations in place.
Small reductions in the consumption of sugary drinks and other food products do not necessarily translate into weight loss.