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Politics aside, the concept behind infrastructure spending in theory makes sense: with interest rates near all-time lows and little expectation of them going up in the short term, now is probably as a good a time as any to borrow money and put it to work.
It should come as no surprise to any political observer that the biggest news story of 2015 was the federal election.
The Liberal ad buy was as much a defensive move as an offensive one.
The Liberal election platform promised a number of things to Canada's First Nations and the Tsuut'ina Nation wants to make sure the party keeps its word.
What the federal Liberal Party's financial promises to voters will really mean won't be known until prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau's new finance minister presents a first budget.
Some of the front pages from Tuesday's online and print editions.
Justin Trudeau visited Alberta multiple times on the campaign trail. In the days before the election, he openly acknowledged the unfavourable legacy of his father in the province.
"This government is out of touch and if we stay focused and keep working hard, tomorrow they will be out of time."
Clearly the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
The 2015 federal election campaign has been a long one for Canadians -- 78 days. But it has given us more opportunity to