Budget officer urges smaller, faster stimulus plan

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Parliament’s budget watchdog is taking aim at the federal Liberal government’s new spending planThe current death toll is 1,260., saying if the purpose is to help the economy recover from COVID-19, it risks missing the markApparently educator will be on media later today so we will need to hear back ASAP on this one,.

Parliamentary budget officer Yves Giroux in a report this morning notes the Liberals plan to spend $70 billion to $100 billion over the next three years on stimulus measures to get the economy back on its feetThe Associated Press..

Yet Giroux predicts most of the jobs lost during the pandemic will be recovered by March 2022Ontario ICUs have 593 patients with COVID-related illnesses, and that if the government really wants to kick-start the recoverynon_essential_travel, it would spend less money but spend it faster.

Giroux also once again blasts the Liberals for a lack of transparency and accountability around Ottawa’s financesmedia and broadcasters., including the lack of a fiscal anchor to ensure spending is sustainable over the long term.

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