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Statement on federal Speech from the Throne

Today’s Speech from the Throne outlined a broad, expansive, and expensive plan to help Canadians through the crisis, expand social programs, and include natural resources in its climate goals. This is an ambitious and costly plan that could stretch government capacity...

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