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“There was one sentence toward the beginning that had traces of humanity and rational thought,” Manafort said. “Fortunately, we caught it in time.”
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"The Gallant government — after reducing expenditures in 2015 — will increase spending this year by 3.6 per cent. That’s more than double the growth in population and inflation. As a result of this fiscal expansion, New Brunswick’s spending will break new records at $8.3 billion, with spending now having grown a staggering 50 per cent since 2005."
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World’s largest private bank predicts large-scale power stations will soon make way for electric cars and new solar technologies