Canada’s public service has become increasingly Ottawa-centric, with federal employees at regional operations bearing a disproportionate share of job cuts over the past three years. 686 more words
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To save the nation from a future Greek-style fiscal meltdown, we should reform entitlements.
But as part of the effort to restore limited, constitutional government, we also should shut down various departments that deal with issues that shouldn’t be handled by the central government. 691 more words
The $7-billion hole in Alberta’s budget was created by a decade of excessive spending — not solely the collapse of oil prices, suggests a new study by the Fraser Institute. 157 more words
The Outcome of the Fiscal Fight in Greece and Implications for Spain, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, France, Belgium, Etc
There’s a big fiscal battle happening in Europe. The relatively new Greek government is demanding continued handouts from the rest of Europe, but it wants to renege on at least some of the country’s prior commitments to improve economic performance by reducing the preposterous burden of… 1,319 more words