New CTF Leader Unabashed Basher Of Urban Reserves
Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at 13:00
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has a new director in Saskatchewan — but that will not change the stance it has against urban reserves.
Lee Harding was recently appointed to the position, which David MacLean vacated in August.
Harding says the CTF has been about fair opportunities for all businesses, and he maintains urban reserves are bad for economic growth and prosperity.
He says a new model of dealing with urban reserves needs to been looked at.
Harding also insists the CTF is only looking to help benefit First Nations businesses.