How to get a good deal on regional niarbates
Posted On July 17, 2021
New Brunswick is getting ready to add two new provinces in a big move that could help its economy.
The Liberals want to double the province’s population from 11.8 million to 16 million by 2035, but the province has a population cap of 9.4 million.
The Nova Scotia Liberals want the province to increase the provincewide cap from 9.3 million to 10 million by 2025.
They want to do so on a one-year basis, while the New Brunswick Liberals are looking to extend it to two years.
In a move that will be seen as an attempt to attract a new generation of business and consumers to New Brunswick, the Liberals are proposing to triple the number of new jobs from 1,000 to 1,800 and to create another 500 jobs from those already created in New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia Premier Robert Ghiz said the province will double the size of its economy by 2032 from a provincial size of 10.2 million to 13.4, and the Liberals want another 800 jobs from existing jobs.
The Liberals also want to triple funding for the province, which currently receives less than $6.5 billion a year from the federal government.
This is the third time the Liberals have proposed boosting the province from a regional size of 7.1 million to a region size of 11.4.
This is a move to help the province attract a growing middle class and attract more people to the province.
This would mean more jobs in manufacturing, manufacturing services and the service sector, while also bringing in more new business to the region, Ghiz noted.
Ghiz is proposing to increase funding for Nova Scotia from $10 billion a decade to $20 billion over five years, and to increase Nova Scotia’s regional funding from $8 billion a generation to $10.3 billion over 10 years.
Ghis would also have the authority to raise the provinces regional cap to 12.5 million by 2020 and to 15 million by 2030, in order to attract jobs and investment.
The NDP said the Liberals would double the population of the province by 2037, but that this was not an increase in population cap.
The government will continue to be committed to keeping our communities safe, said NDP Leader John McCallum.
But we want to see real leadership, real action on the front lines and real solutions.
The NDP also said it was not a question of population, it was a question about the level of protection.
The plan would add nearly 100,000 jobs, but it would also add another 2,500 people to regional governments in Atlantic Canada, including in Newfoundland and Labrador, where the NDP would be seeking to increase their population from 6.4 to 9.6 million.NDP Leader Andrew Weaver called the Liberals plan to add the two provinces to the Greater Atlantic Region “the wrong direction.”
We are seeing this move as the Liberal plan to get rid of jobs in the province,” he said.”
Nova Scotians have had a very tough time growing the economy.
We want to keep the economy growing, but we need real leadership on the ground in Nova Scotia and in Atlantic provinces and we want real solutions for the economy, not more of the same.
“This is not the first time the Liberal government has been proposing to add a new province to the country.
The province proposed adding the province of Nova Scotia to the Atlantic region in a May 2017 budget.
This time, the government is proposing a three-year extension of the cap, which has been in place for 30 years.
The Liberal government is also proposing a $2.5-billion increase in the provincial funding for regional government to $3.6 billion over three years, with a commitment to increase that to $5 billion over the next 10 years, in hopes of attracting more businesses and consumers.
The proposed cap increase will be phased in, with the Liberals also proposing to double funding for rural development.
The Liberal government also wants to increase its funding for infrastructure in the region from $3 billion to $7 billion over four years.NTSB chief financial officer John Mancini said the government has no intention of making a dramatic increase in funding for provincial governments.”
They’re not proposing to raise taxes, and if they do, they’re not going to do it by hiking taxes. “
They want to have more people in the country, and that’s not necessarily good for Nova Scotians.”
They’re not proposing to raise taxes, and if they do, they’re not going to do it by hiking taxes.
They’re proposing to take more of our money, which is actually an investment that will bring the economy back and create jobs, he added.