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Kevin Page

“I told them, ‘Yeah, there are repercussions when you put out a document that is thin. You put Mr. Mulcair on the spot.'"
Although Canada is in a likely technical recession — defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth — it's a recession
Former budget watchdog Kevin Page says a Conservative move to force future governments to keep balanced budgets is a "political
Last week saw the end of the tenure of Canada's first and, so far, only Parliamentary Budget Officer. He is a genuine Canadian hero. While so many other Canadian civil servants (and politicians) went along with the Harperite parliamentary thuggery, Page simply did his job.
Canada's first budget watchdog could also be the last, says the departing public civil servant with 27 years of experience
After five years of providing senators and members of Parliament with independent analysis on the state of the nation's finances
Earlier this week, Stephen Harper's all-of-a-sudden interesting Twitter account posted photos and videos of the prime minister's
Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page got a goodbye love letter from Rick Mercer Tuesday night. Canada's first Parliamentary
Editor’s Note: In selecting our news story of the year, there were many more obvious choices. The Quebec student protests
Canada's budget watchdog says he's bracing for a David and Goliath court fight with the federal government. Kevin Page, the