Monthly Archives: November 2016

Slick new emissions deal leaves lots of questions

In a post on Oct. 9 (Why McNeil’s Liberals should embrace carbon pricing but (likely) won’t) I suggested that fancy footwork would be required from the McNeil government to manoeuvre between the rock of higher gas taxes and the hard … Continue reading

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Despite lacklustre record, Trudeau Liberals enjoy smooth anniversary waltz

Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of the Trudeau Liberals in power. Already, the national media have weighed in with their assessments of the government’s accomplishments, challenges and broken promises. Accomplishments would include the vaunted middle class tax cut, establishment of … Continue reading

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