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Clarifying Candice Malcolm’s rant about reckless Liberal spending

Earlier this week, Candice Malcolm, a columnist at the Toronto Sun, published an article criticizing the federal budget. Here’s my response.

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Liberals create car, boat, and plane tax instead of a wealth tax

The new tax will raise less than 2% of the amount that a 1% wealth tax proposed by the NDP would’ve generated.

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Trudeau Liberals to create $10-a-day national childcare programme

It’ll take 5 years and $30 billion to set up, and still needs buy in from the provinces and territories.

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Canada’s new budget includes $4 million for anti-communism memorial

Originally conceived by Jason Kenney, this project is over a decade old and still not built.

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My response to Erin O’Toole’s plan to “secure Canada’s future”

The federal Conservatives have released their preliminary campaign platform. Here’s what I think of it.

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UCP use federal funding to create 1,500 new child care spaces

Even though a month ago, they said they weren’t going to create any new spaces this year.

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Debunking the propaganda in Kenney’s supreme court response

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.

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Ottawa to spend $74M on 61 infrastructure projects in Alberta

To date, Alberta has yet to commit any funds. Several municipalities plan to contribute over $18 million.

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The real reasons why young people don’t vote

If you thought young people don’t care about politics, you may want to take a look at the data.

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Federal Liberals to cover 80% of repair costs for Alberta government buildings

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 […]