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Liberals' big spending a worrisome development

Recently there have been a couple stories in the news that have piqued the interest of taxpayers. First there was a report about the Finance Department’s projections stating the federal budget now won’t be balanced until 2055. The second was a story which discovered that under the Liberals, the federal ...

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