1.1% instead of the forecast 2.5%. Obviously less money for healthcare, so waiting lists will get longer. Meanwhile 46,000 outlaws fled and bought healthcare to avoid suffering. Too bad, one simple change and they'd spend that healthcare money in Canada. Boosting economic growth in the process.
Despite the talk about change, Canada's health care system still ranks near the bottom in the developed world. Private healthcare options, whether they work or not are "radioactive" while all efforts seek to maintain the status.
The legitimacy of a Hillary Clinton victory is going to be called into question by 10'a of millions of Americans. With the head of the IRS pleading the 5th amendment and evidence the State Dept., the Justice Dept. and the FBI have been compromised due to partisan political influence, its no surprise.
Government, known for its dearth of innovation in delivery of services, is now going to pick some innovative industry to splash 100's of millions of tax dollars on. Its hard to confident they will pick the right candidate for what they call "special support" (political speak for spending your tax dollars) AND avoid spending the money wastefully.
The Federal government is about to hand out yet another big chunk of cash to Bombardier. 81 different hand-outs to Bombardier, none of which a money manager would touch for investment purposes. The Federal Liberals are however calling it an "investment", when really its just plain old cronyism.
What to do when not only is provincial debt now greater than Federal debt, Canadians have a record amount of personal debt and Canada's overall debt to GDP ratio is now 290%, worse than Italy!
...also from Michael: The commentariat's performance during the US election shows that they have clearly chosen political affiliation over journalistic standards. Worse, over the public interest - The Downfall of the Mainstream Media