An interesting and thought-provoking opinion piece by James Culic popped up recently in Niagara This Week.  He takes a look at the reality of the economic outlook and perhaps arguably a “bubble” that Niagara’s economy is in.

The important takeaway in the article is this:

It’s an election year, which means politicians are going to be cherry picking all sorts of silly stuff so they can pat themselves on the back for a job well done. Before heading to the polls, it’s important you make yourself an informed voter who can cut through the self-congratulatory wankery, and focus on reality.

You can read the full article at this link: