Then & Now: FEDEV & FEDNOR


“We have in this country a federal government that increasingly is engaged in trying to determine which business, which regions, which industries will succeed, which will not through a whole range of economic development, regional development corporate subsidization programs.” — Stephen Harper


I suppose Harper should be given credit for his “evolving” view of Canada’s economy and the role government plays in it. Doesn’t seem terribly “conservative” though, does it?



Filed under STEPHEN HARPER Govrnment of Canada

6 responses to “Then & Now: FEDEV & FEDNOR

  1. sapphireandsteel

    Conservative 2009 /Liberal 2005… I wonder if the Liberals will use Stand Up for Canada in the next election?

  2. Ted

    THEN: In the first quarter of 2006 there were 374,000 federal employees.

    NOW: As of the end of the second quarter in 2009, there are 414,000 federal employees; an increase of slightly more than 10%.

    Doesn’t seem terribly “conservative” either, does it?

  3. Ti-Guy

    Ted: Any idea when the Liberals are going to start up a wiki for all of those “Harper accomplishments.”

    I don’t know why they disappeared the last one. It was useful.

  4. sapphireandsteel

    You don’t find the Crux list authoritative? 😉

  5. Ti-Guy

    Only if I need to find out just exactly how Harper likes to be fellated.

  6. Ah, the infamous Crux List of Harper Accomplishments®… What a fount of misleading information, fantastical gullibility, and skewed partisan hackery that unofficial Compendium of Shite is.

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