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Employment Minister Randy Boissonnault, left, and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland hold a press conference in Ottawa on May 21. The federal and provincial governments largely maintained the status quo this past budget season, especially the Trudeau government, write Jason Clemens, Grady Munro, and Milagros Palacios. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Employment Minister Randy Boissonnault, left, and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland hold a press conference in Ottawa on May 21. The federal and provincial governments largely maintained the status quo this past budget season, especially the Trudeau government, write Jason Clemens, Grady Munro, and Milagros Palacios. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The resources spent by government must first be produced by the private sector, write Jason Clemens and Milagros Palacios. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
The resources spent by government must first be produced by the private sector, write Jason Clemens and Milagros Palacios. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
With foreign investment of $66.8-billion in Canada in 2019 and Canadian investment abroad at $101.6-billion, it means that—on net—nearly $35-billion in investment left the country, write Fraser Institute economists. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
With foreign investment of $66.8-billion in Canada in 2019 and Canadian investment abroad at $101.6-billion, it means that—on net—nearly $35-billion in investment left the country, write Fraser Institute economists. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay