Earlier this week, Candice Malcolm, a columnist at the Toronto Sun, published an article criticizing the federal budget. Here’s my response.
The new tax will raise less than 2% of the amount that a 1% wealth tax proposed by the NDP would’ve generated.
It’ll take 5 years and $30 billion to set up, and still needs buy in from the provinces and territories.
Originally conceived by Jason Kenney, this project is over a decade old and still not built.
The federal Conservatives have released their preliminary campaign platform. Here’s what I think of it.
Even though a month ago, they said they weren’t going to create any new spaces this year.
Jason Kenney didn’t like the Supreme Court’s decision on the federal carbon tax. In his response, he left out a few glaring details.
To date, Alberta has yet to commit any funds. Several municipalities plan to contribute over $18 million.
If you thought young people don’t care about politics, you may want to take a look at the data.
Earlier this month, the provincial government announced $11.6 million in infrastructure spending for 6 projects in Calgary, Edmonton, and Wetaskiwin. The projects include retrofits, repairs, and upgrades to 6 provincial buildings in these communities. About 80% of the funding will come from the federal government, $9.2 million to be more precise. The remaining 20%—about $2.32 […]