Well, it was Budget Day here in Saskatchewan and everyone is stopping to take a moment and examine the budget and the details that it contained. I’ve said before on the blog that financial policy isn’t one of my strong suits, so hopefully I’ve managed to examine this information correctly.
There were some silver . . . → Read More: Canadian Political Viewpoints: Saskatchewan Budget Day
Unintentional setup… Ultimately, any evaluation of a government’s fiscal responsibility should include its willingness to make effective investments that carry a short-term cost and its prudence in avoiding unnecessary long-term liabilities – not merely any single-year balance sheet. And we’ll be left to pay the eventual price if we fail to demand that broader view.
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