Trudeau’s promises depend on economic growth

The underperformance of the Canadian economy must be a bracing experience for the Trudeau government because it came into office not really understanding how important achieving a higher growth rate for the economy would be for everything else it promised to do.

The pursuit of a new innovation strategy by Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains is a sign that the Liberals realize their success in the next federal election depends largely on whether it can put Canada on the path to stronger economic growth, writes David Crane. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade


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