The Liberals delivered their fall fiscal update yesterday, painting a grim picture of Canada’s finances despite Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland’s claim that Canada is not and never has been “broken.” The update shows more spending, more deficits, and more taxes, with millions more going to bailing out Canadian journalists and ballooning debt servicing costs. True North’s Andrew Lawton discusses with Conservative finance critic Jasraj Singh Hallan.
Plus, the federal government has vowed to fight to defend its plastics ban despite a court finding it was unconstitutional. What does this mean for Canadian industry? Catherine Swift of the Coalition of Concerned Manufacturers & Businesses of Canada joins to weigh in.
While antisemitic protests have become a mainstay across the country, Quebec has proven to be a particular hotbed for Jew hatred. National Post Barbara Kay explains why that is.