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Old Posted Nov 21, 2019, 2:49 PM
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I realize that this is an intractable partisan discussion, but the cons are now in a second term. At what point do they (and their supporters) stop blaming the previous government and actually wear some responsibility for the current economic situation? I don't see a lot of vision or new ideas from this government to grow the economy, but they are certainly committed to downloading costs onto the city (e.g. freezing transit funding) and onto the taxpayer (e.g. cutting postsecondary operating grants and allowing tuition to rise). I suspect some future government will will back on the mess that the Pallister government is creating and lament that it will take years to fix our starved transit system and education system. It's the circle of life.
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