Inflation a global issue, 'not a made in Canada phenomenon': Freeland 1

Inflation a global issue, ‘not a made in Canada phenomenon’: Freeland

 

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses the government's fiscal update and how it was shaped by the spread of the Omicron variant.

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29 comments

  1. Secondly, stop bringing in all our products and start producing them. Support and invest in innovation. Give incentives to start ups and small businesses. Make it easier to start a small business in Canada for Canadians. We need to start producing more products in Canada. Be a supplier and not just a consumer.

    1. This was never about libs and cons

      You sound like a sports fan… this isn’t about teams when the rich politicians play both sides.

      Try just being a human for a change

    1. Not quite.

      Top 10 Countries with the Highest Personal Income Tax Rates

      Ivory Coast – 60%
      Finland – 56.95%
      Japan – 55.97%
      Denmark – 55.90%
      Austria – 55.00%
      Sweden – 52.90%
      Aruba – 52.00%
      Belgium – 50.00% (tie)
      Israel – 50.00% (tie)
      Slovenia – 50.00% (tie)

  2. world is living an era of inflation and energy crisis … oil prices and coal sky rocketed ! a commodity based country like Canada should be living its best days having a budget surplus because of exporting energy … but Canada takes orders to keep oil in the ground while everyone else sells … you have a helpless government that took direct orders of leaving oil in the ground and going money printing and wealth transfer USA model … be happy that you will get child care and a few unemployment checks … no one here makes a decision

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