Federal budget 2016: The full document

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Federal budget 2016: The full document

Post by Trooper on Wed 23 Mar 2016, 06:27

http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/canadian-politics/federal-budget-2016-the-full-document
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Re: Federal budget 2016: The full document

Post by Brasidas on Wed 23 Mar 2016, 09:15

All the money seems to be ear marked to hire civil servants in almost every sector. Most of the budgets for First Nations and Veterans will be eaten up in building expenses and salaries. 43000 jobs. 100% useless people hired.

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Re: Federal budget 2016: The full document

Post by bigrex on Wed 23 Mar 2016, 12:31

I'm waiting to see the actual legislation, not just point form, so I can get a better understanding of exactly what they plan on doing.
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Re: Federal budget 2016: The full document

Post by pinger on Wed 23 Mar 2016, 15:11

Didn't know where else to post this...Just some comments.

Like some others, I voted for JT. Did I expect/assume “ sunny days “ if elected?
Frack Noooo!!!
What were we expecting? The 2nd coming of Christ???
Their ALL rats, always will be, VERY few ain't.

My vote had other motivations, just like we all have different circumstances,
but all the while a very common bond.
Bloody politics...

Anyway, something stands out that's driving me nuts.

Since the election, Except for his facebook bla-bla-bla page, MVA has been very quiet hardly a peep just “wait for the budget”.
Time will tell if that will be the SOP Communication post budget.

But here's the pickle. Bringing back lifelong pensions was a major item, it was promised as per mandate letter, but wasn't even mentioned in the budget???

Bringing back lifelong pensions are NOT a dead issue, but methinks if the status quo silent treatment continues, it may be a jack in the box by years end?

Then again, I don't assume... jack. Stay well all.
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