The coronaviral pandemic, as it has been dubbed by many, is wreaking havoc in Canada, causing a massive loss of productivity and a massive influx of capital.
It is also causing problems for the economy.
The government estimates that about $100 billion was lost globally in economic activity, with the vast majority of it being lost to the United States and Canada.
That is a lot of money.
It means there are still a lot more people who need to be employed than are currently employed in Canada.
It also means that Canada is not going to be able to generate any additional jobs, which is what the government is hoping to achieve by increasing its economy.
And so, if the government wants to create new jobs, it is going to have to raise the standard of living.
So that is why the Liberals have said that if we can do something to make people’s lives better, it should be done through taxes.
That has been the focus of this government’s efforts to make sure that it is getting the necessary revenue to fund programs that people need.
What are the key issues to keep in mind?
The first is that there is a tremendous amount of uncertainty around how much the pandemic will affect the Canadian economy.
A lot of people have been worried about how the pandemics are going to impact the Canadian dollar, and they are still not sure what will happen to it.
So they are worried about that.
There is also uncertainty around whether or not the Canadian government will be able or willing to spend its money to deal with the pandemanas new economic challenges.
So we have a lot to keep an eye on.
So the second is that this is the biggest economic downturn in our history, with GDP down by as much as 30 per cent.
And the Canadian central bank is expecting a GDP contraction of 10 per cent this year.
And when you think about that, it means that in terms of the economy and inflation, Canada has a big problem on its hands.
That said, there are also a lot other issues to look at.
For one, the Canadian stock market has been under pressure for a long time.
It has not recovered, which means that we have not been able to stimulate our economy.
We have also been unable to create jobs for Canadians, with only about 1.5 million jobs created last year.
So it is not like we have really created any new jobs.
And we are still paying our bills on a monthly basis, which adds to the pressures.
But at the same time, the economy has been growing in other ways.
In fact, the gross domestic product grew by 3.7 per cent last year, which was the highest level in nearly four decades.
So there is still a huge amount of room for improvement.
In addition, there is no evidence that the pandemaker’s virus has affected the global financial markets.
In the short term, the market reaction to the pandeemers economic challenges has been muted, with some investors reacting with optimism that things will get better.
But there has been no sign that the market is buying into the Canadian and international economic outlook, and so investors are worried.
And in fact, investors are also questioning the value of Canadian sovereign bonds.
So at the moment, the central bank has been able, through a combination of policy interventions and through a stimulus package, to reduce the risks to the Canadian sovereign bond market, but there are concerns that it may not be enough to address the challenges of the pandeweem.
We can’t just do a lot and expect the world to take care of itself.
That may not work.
But the fact that the governments focus on a pandemic and the Canadian focus on the economy is a sign of how much we have come a long way from the 1980s, when the global economic crisis was the first major crisis to affect Canada.
With files from The Canadian Press