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“Albertans are very capable people; they can certainly do that. But it’s not free,” said Kevin Milligan, an economics professor at the University of British Columbia’s Vancouver School of Economics.

David Madden of London School of Economics at lecture in Vancouver: “One person’s inefficiency is another person’s affordable .” And #homewave  of money searching for investment.”

Marina Adshade at UBC’s Vancouver School of Economics doesn’t see the new child benefit as a commitment because it’s promised to take effect in October 2020 — a year and a half away. Therefore, it’s not really in the budget at all.

Guest Marina Ashdade is a professor at the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia: "Personally I'm a little disappointed ... that there hasn't been a proportionate benefit to fathers." #CCCheckup 

You're listening to Henry Siu, from Vancouver School of Economics @UBC  on 'Moore's Law' #CCCheckup