It's been more than a year of massive spending by the federal and provincial governments to keep people afloat in the midst of a global pandemic. The result, record debts and soaring deficits. But who will pay for it all in the end? Joining us with their thoughts are Wilfred Laurier University's Tammy Schirle; economist Jeff Rubin; and University of Toronto's April Franco.
Episode:
Has COVID-19 Added to Personal Debt?
Aired:
Apr 05, 2021
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