Andrew Coyne explains why permanent deficits are bad for Canada: 10/3 podcast

None of the federal party leaders are taking deficits seriously, National Post columnist Andrew Coyne argues. Failing to put Canada’s fiscal house in order means less room for spending during a recession, less wealth for future generations and an inability to make budget priorities. Emily Jackson and Coyne take a deep dive into why governments […]

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