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By Warren KinsellaSep. 10, 2018
The New York Times' leak has helped Canada, big time.
Ten days ago, Donald Trump was promising to exclude Canada from a trade deal, and mocking us. Ten days later—and after the revelation in Woodward’s book, and The Times’ account of the resister’s palace coup—Trump cannot afford to lose the few Republican allies he has left in Congress. The moment that leak was published, Canada’s trade ambitions were rescued. Screen capture courtesy of The New York Times
TORONTO—There’s leaks, and there’s leaks. And then there’s the leak TheNew York Times got.
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On top of $301.8-billion in planned spending in the 2019-10 main estimates—combining $299.6-billion in budgetary spending and $2.2-billion in non-budgetary expenses—is another $51.2-billion in statutory expenses.
‘Imagine losing your job, getting fired, but you’re fired by basically your entire riding and your whole life has been serving these people, and there’s just a lot wrapped up in it:’ Tory House leader Candice Bergen.