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It’s still the economy, stupid.
As democratic strategist James Carville famously put it during Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential campaign, “It’s the economy, stupid.”
Election day is two weeks away and it’s remarkable how none of the federal parties have presented a serious plan for economic growth. For business owners, employees and investors, the lack of thoughtful economic policy in this election is disappointing. For all Canadians, it’s insulting that our politicians believe that voters are unable to make a connection between business growth and their own quality of life.
What else do we have to say about the upcoming federal election? Find out in this month’s 5 Minutes for Business: It’s still the economy, stupid.