TRUDEAUNOMICS: Canadian Economy Flatlines As Manufacturing & Oil Extraction Fall


Canada’s GDP stagnated in July, with 0% “growth” recorded during that time period.

The economic stagnation was due in large part to a decline in both manufacturing and oil extraction.

Manufacturing was down 0.4%, as both vehicle and transportation equipment fell. Construction fell 0.5% as home construction declined.

The mining, quarrying, and oil sector declined by 1.2% overall. Oil extraction and petroleum/mining support services fell the most.

So much for that economic “boom” all the elites tried to convince us was happening.

The escalating failure of “Trudeaunomics”

Justin Trudeau was handed a balanced budget. He decided to run massive deficits in an effort to boost “growth.” Yet, also simultaneously raised taxes, imposed new regulations, and took actions that are destroying business confidence. He continues to bow down to the elitist “free trade” orthodoxy as our manufacturing jobs are ripped out of the country and sent to cheap labour nations. Household debt is at record levels, and a new tax attack on Canadian small businesses would make things even worse.

This isn’t the middle class agenda Canadians thought they were getting. While Trudeau’s buddies and his fellow elites keep getting richer, the rest of us are paying the price of failed Trudeaunomics.

Spencer Fernando

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Very well worded, Spencer! You will see negative growth by year end, if not sooner. Idealogy works well doesn’t it? Especially when a group of people like Liberals think everyone else should pay, but not them.


Venezuela here we come.


So sad. How many years did it take us to build our economy and in 2 short years it is destroyed.

Warren Biro

This can’t be! I was watching Morneau during his (sort of) town hall meeting the other day and he said we’re having the greatest growth of the last decade right now. He wouldn’t lie would he?