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I see a liberal minority in the tea leaves. I’m hearing that from folks across the province as my work takes me from one end to the other.
daddy warbucks | May 17, 2017 | Reply
It does seem that there is little difference between the PCs and Liberals re economic policy. I had always thought the PCs were the more fiscally conservative but the reverse seem to be somewhat true now. Given the dire financial state of the Province, why would they criticize the Liberals on trying to hold the line on public sector wages? The NDP are, in my opinion, economically illiterate in calling for $1 billion more spending. What we should be considering is ways to create more wealth not spending wealth we don’t have.
Steve Chipman | May 17, 2017 | Reply
All three parties are missing the boat . They all had time to have better ads and better printed material to explain their platforms. Feel sorry for Bailie as he is not getting good press . Burrill is throwing money at every wall he can . Stevie is playing it cool and just might survive , but we’ll still have a mess.
peter S | May 17, 2017 | Reply
By PC, is there sufficient Prosperity Creation, or is it a platform of Political Correctness? Seemingly, collective measures out-emphasize individual initiatives.
Turns out the power is really I’m the hands of the citizens – if they wish to be ‘responsible’.
Gordon a.... | May 16, 2017 | Reply
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