Monthly Archives: October 2004

Demonstrating NB’s population decline

I have just completed a graph that shows the dropping population growth in New Brunswick since the mid 1970s. As of 2001, we are now formally into population decline in this province.

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Listen to Donald Savoie, please

Donald Savoie, Université de Moncton professor and one of Canada’s foremost thinkers on the issue of regional development, was quoted today in the Telegraph Journal as saying that equalization payments to New Brunswick are an ‘awful drug’ that “destroys the … Continue reading

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Equalization = Sympathy?

Anybody who follows politics in Canada knows that a new equalization formula was worked out between the Federal and Provincial governments this week. Equalization is a process where the Federal government distributes tax dollars collected in ‘have’ provinces to ‘have-not’ … Continue reading

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Blogging in support of economic development in New Brunswick

As this is my first blog, I’ll start by introducing myself. My name is David Campbell and I live and work in Moncton, New Brunswick. I have had a long standing interest in the economy and economic development of the … Continue reading

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