Chretien's three decisions to date show we're headed straight for the precipice

Byfield, Ted
February 1994
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;2/14/94, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p52
Looks at Prime Minister Jean Chretien's three decisions to date: that the deficit and the debt do not matter much, that Canadians are ready and willing to pay more taxes and that if Quebec and/or the natives challenge and defy a federal law they will repeal the law. Probability of a Trudeau-Mulroney-Chretien era; Contention that Finance Minister Paul Martin was not listening when Canadians told him don't raise taxes; The case of the tax on cigarettes.


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