Canada in the Eighties
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 31 Jan 1980, p. 211-222
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Canada in the Eighties

The huge change in employment opportunities since after WW II. Reasons why. Oil prices and profit. The lack of justification socially or economically for price and profit increases. What the speaker's NDP party would do differently from the present government. Negative consequences of current economic policy. The need for lower interest rates and tax cuts to stimulate growth to produce jobs, goods and services. Long-run economic leadership. Planning specifics that have worked well in other countries. Suggestions for Canada's economic policy and industrial strategy.