Saturday, January 24, 2009

The sky isn't falling - National Post

Despite this reality, opportunistic calls for stimulus funding have come from all corners of the land, some from the usual suspects, while some potential newcomers to the public trough have raised their hands. Mayors want funds for infrastructure projects and a greater share of revenues down the road; unions want immediate subsidies and indemnification against the downturn; Ontario's Dalton McGuinty wants Ottawa to save the auto industry; B. C. Premier Gordon Campbell insists the forestry industry has just as great a claim; Alberta's Ed Stelmach wants his fair share for the oilpatch; and Quebec's Jean Charest used a recent meeting with the Prime Minister to berate him over a slight reduction in Quebec's 60% share of the national equalization gravy train.

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