The government should turn off the tap to curb the rise in the cost of living, conservatives said in the preface to the speech from the throne, which begins Tuesday afternoon.
The observation for finance spokesman Pierre Poilièvre is clear: the increase in the cost of living is mainly the result of federal government spending policies, which have exploded since the outbreak began.
“Liberals are reluctant to talk about it because their policies are causing it. We demand that today’s speech from the throne put an end to this inflation tax and its inflation deficit,” Mr Poilivre told a news conference.
As announced in October, the Conservatives are out of luck as Finance Minister Christiaan Freeland prioritizes an injection of $ 7.4 billion in new emergency benefits.
The Canada Economic Stimulus Benefit (CEP) ended well into October 23, but followed the promise of a new, more focused program focusing on “stimulation” to help employees and employers in difficult situations. Areas where sanitation measures are difficult.
The Finance Bill could be introduced earlier this week in Parliament. As the New Democrats become allies, the Liberals’ new aid programs must go like a letter in the mail.
These investments are intended as a transition between the COVID-19 pandemic and the generous relief programs established at the height of the final exit from the Kovidian era.
Mr Poilièvre has not closed the door on support from the Conservative party, he estimates what he has submitted.
The employment rate returned to its pre-pandemic level of 6.9% last September.
The reasons behind the rising cost of living in Canada are debatable, but the Bank of Canada attributes this phenomenon primarily to disruptions in global supply chains.
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