With budget season behind us, Anthony Furey takes a look at the federal budget (and several provincial budgets) and concludes: "The country is not as fiscally right as you might think."
Even though the federal Conservatives introduced a balanced budget for the first time in seven years, and projected a $1.4 billion surplus, Furey remains pessimistic:
"This budget is probably the most conservative budget we'll see in a fifteen year period-- and it isn't particularly fiscally conservative. That's why I'm worried."
It's a sad state of affairs, he adds, when Quebec is the only province making headlines for true fiscally conservative moves.
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