#83 Federal Government Won’t Balance Budget Until 2070

Episode 87 July 29, 2021 00:24:11
#83 Federal Government Won’t Balance Budget Until 2070
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#83 Federal Government Won’t Balance Budget Until 2070
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Show Notes

The Parliamentary Budget Officer is back with more bad news: The federal government won’t be balancing the budget until 2070. Put plainly, that means fifty more years of deficits for our great grandchildren to deal with.

Check the data here: https://www.taxpayer.com/newsroom/feds-won%E2%80%99t-balance-the-budget-until-2070

Stop Trudeau’s Debt Dive Petition: https://www.taxpayer.com/petitions/stop-trudeau%E2%80%99s-debt-dive

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