Jim Meek makes a point.
You’ll have to read it yourself but here’s one line:
Give us our share of economic incentives, in brief, and take away our welfare surplus. In exchange, we’ll refer to government “investments” in Atlantic Canada – instead of “subsidies.”
There’s quite a bit of likemindedness these days between myself and guys like Meek, Bruce, etc. who are mainstream pundits.
I hope the message filters up to the political level.