Young Canadians and the Asian century

Political pundits tell us this federal election will be fought not over big ideas, but along a narrow set of economic wedge issues. Judging by the debate so far, the election will indeed be dominated by a small number of domestic policy concerns: job creation, tax cuts and deficit management.

Sarah Eaton
Published: Wednesday, 04/27/2011 12:00 am EDT

Political pundits tell us this federal election will be fought not over big ideas, but along a narrow set of economic wedge issues. Judging by the debate so far, the election will indeed be dominated by a small number of domestic policy concerns: job creation, tax cuts and deficit management.

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