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Simon Tremblay-Pepin | In the Quebec budget, the government is still insisting on transforming public service funding with the user-fee revolution logic, developing the Plan Nord, and reforming the pension plan.
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Hennessy's Index | Debt culture: A quick survey of the national debt load shows that whether it's household debt or credit payments, many Canadians are experiencing increasing difficulties and savings are also hurting.
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Iglika Ivanova | Now that the HST debate is over, it would be great to see some of the energy and focus dedicated to debating the HST be redirected to designing solutions to the real challenges facing B.C.
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Andrew Jackson | TD Economics released a rather gloomy report, putting the odds of a U.S. recession at 40 per cent, and arguing that the Canadian economy is more vulnerable to recession than it was in 2008.
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Incidence of Debt in 2009 - By Age
Nick Falvo | In 1990, the average Canadian household had debt representing just under 90 per cent of its personal disposable income. Today, that figure stands at roughly 150 per cent.