Posthaste: The pandemic could wipe out $10 trillion in GDP growth in OECD countries: McKinsey
Monday, 14 September 2020
Good morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top lieutenants have been putting their heads together (at least virtually) over the past few weeks to come up with some kind of revolutionary plan to reimagine the economy. Over the weekend, a media report of “guaranteed basic income” being among the 50 resolutions under discussion did the rounds, and it will likely be a subject of discussion at a two-day cabinet retreat in Ottawa starting today. Regardless of how one feels about a guaranteed basic income or any plan being put forward by the Liberals, Ottawa is correct in exploring new ideas that can serve as a springboard for Canada’s long-term economic rebound. The retreat comes as...
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