Accidental Deliberations: On balancing acts

I’ve previously made note of the problems with media coverage of Saskatchewan’s provincial election, including its consistently echoing and amplifying false Saskatchewan Party talking points about budgeting. But let’s take a closer look at what the parties have promised on their face – and how irresponsible the Saskatchewan Party’s position

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The Progressive Economics Forum: MEDIA RELEASE: Alberta should increase social spending; cuts are not the way to go

(June 24, 2019-Calgary) With Alberta’s economy still facing challenges and vulnerabilities, the Alberta government should not be doling out tax cuts or cutting social spending, according to the Alberta Alternative Budget (AAB) released today. “Alberta still has, by far, the lowest debt-to-GDP ratio of any province,” says Nick Falvo, editor

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