Cites limits on freedom to initiate reports, parliamentarians’ ability to request estimates, new controls for speakers.
Economic gains work out to an average annual income boost of $220 per Canadian, according to a new report.
Trudeau government’s changes raise concerns about the potential limits on the types of work permitted.
PBO report finds cancelling a promised cut will cost the economy $300 million per year.
Fiscal monitor suggests feds would have to run $13-billion deficit in March to reach a predicted $5.4-billion shortfall.
Analysis says the federal books will add $90.8 billion to public debt over five years, lower than a previous $113.2 billion forecast.
Economy likely to advance by 2.1% this year and remain above potential growth rate until 2018.