Conservative budget helps those who need it least
The Conservatives are wasting millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money on government ads to promote this budget and their so-called economic action plan. Canadians see it for what it is: a desperate attempt to disguise the government’s lack of action and the absence of a real plan.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s first budget does little to stimulate jobs and growth, writes Liberal MP Scott Brison, his party’s finance critic. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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