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Perhaps your expectation of rationality and transparency from the Department of Finance was not rational?

I recommend a few episodes of "Yes, Minister" to cheer you up.

Apparently, Kevin Page is setting up a Fiscal Institute at Ottawa U. Changes in accounting rules like this may be something the institute will pursue.

As someone who has worked in the inner circles of these types of things, I can assure you that this was not unintentional. And it is not unique to one political party or another.

Accounting rules would be welcome, although apparently they already follow them. But don't take my word on that, I'm no accountant.

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