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Nick Falvo | This year's AAB proposes policy that would improve labour market, health and education outcomes, while also addressing principles of reconciliation and reducing income inequality.
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Duncan Cameron | The current federal budget process is a textbook example of the propaganda model. On budget day, a nonsense detector comes in handy. Here is Duncan Cameron's.
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Nick Falvo | This year's inaugural effort has resulted in a relatively short document that seeks to lay the foundation for what future Alberta budgets might look like.
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Christine Saulnier | The Nova Scotia budget tabled this week is without vision. With debt-to-GDP declining and interest rates at a historical low, this budget is a missed opportunity.
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David Macdonald, Kate McInturff | Canadians need more than a zero. They need safe food, clean water, and affordable housing. The Alternative Federal Budget demonstrates that we can afford to meet those needs and deliver the good.
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Lynne Fernandez | The Winnipeg 2014 Alternative Municipal Budget shows how to grow our economy to meet the challenges we face. It educates, challenges and inspires Winnipeggers to take back our city.
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Christine Saulnier | As we approach the release of the Nova Scotia provincial budget on April 3, Nova Scotians deserve to understand the range of choices facing our government. Will it be a budget for the 99%?
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Larry Haiven | A rejoinder to the negative discourse about Nova Scotia from pundits in certain sectors of the province.
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Armine Yalnizyan, Kate McInturff | I know the difference between monopoly money and what's in my wallet. Not so Federal Budget 2014 -- at least not when it comes to public spending to improve the lives of women.
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David Macdonald | As Canada slogs through its anemic recovery, the federal government again appears to be happy to drive down growth.
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Karl Nerenberg | The CCPA Alternative Budget proposes major infrastructure investments and significant spending. The NDP's focuses on 'affordability' and is not as bold, playing into the electoral politics game.
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David Macdonald | The CCPA's 19th Alternative Federal Budget shows impressive progress can be made against poverty. In total, the Alternative Federal Budget lifts 855,000 Canadians out of poverty.