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Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Winnipeg’s decision to go with new curbside collection providers ramps up unnecessary costs for taxpayers as the market for recyclables softens (FREE)

Government’s often waste money in their rush to save it

BONNER We need to think of the real value of results. If it costs $10 to find out we wasted $1, what’s the point? ($$)

Canada unprepared for an aging population

The adverse consequences of an aging population – deficits, debt and slowing economic growth – can be mitigated with prompt action (FREE)

‘Just spend more’ is not sound fiscal policy

‘Just spend more’ is not sound fiscal policy

The federal government is digging a perilously deep debt hole that will take Canadian taxpayers years to climb out of (FREE)

Canada’s health-care system fails to account for senior migration

Migrating seniors pay most of their lifetime taxes in one province and then consume most of their health care in another (FREE)

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Don’t be fooled, Canada’s economy is in decline

Private businesses and international investors have lost confidence in Canada as a competitive place to do business (FREE)

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

Canada’s aging population puts a strain on government coffers

But some careful fiscal management would mitigate the adverse effects of Canada’s aging population (FREE)