Ensuring a high level of trust is the critical factor for a successful society. People are resilient and can live with the ups and downs of economic cycles. But they have to feel that the system is fair and is working for them. I don’t think we are there yet.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau was in Toronto’s 905 region to make sure, as we head into this year’s federal election, that local business leaders were aware of the success of the Trudeau government’s economic policies, writes David Crane. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
TORONTO—Just the other day, Finance Minister Bill Morneau was in Toronto’s 905 region to make sure, as we head into this year’s federal election, that local business leaders were aware of the success of the Trudeau government’s economic policies.
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