Canada’s federal debt keeps increasing every second of every day, in fact Canada’s debt accounts for every Canadian citizen.
When Justin Trudeau won the election on October 19, 2015 and Stephen Harper left office, the Canadian federal debt was $610,245,675,562.
Almost two years later and Trudeau racked up $33 billion more, mostly sent to foreign countries to fight climate change and rebuild foreign economies.
Canada’s federal debt now stand at $643,630,278,456 and growing fast.
Your share is $17,660.
Source: Debt Clock.