Ok, here's a newsflash for the doofus from Manitoba who is looking forward to kicking back with his easy oil, natural resources, etc.
You can't develop any of those industries with a backwards, anti-business, proud-to-be-socialist government like the one led by Manitoba Premier Gary Doer.
Lets take a look at which provinces might be prospering soon:
BRITISH COLUMBIA: Under Gordon Campbell (for all his faults), the province is starting to slowly rebuild from the economic ruin left in the wake of the NDP.
SASKATCHEWAN: Oh look at that... another NDP government on the way out. The Saskatchewan Party, when they win the next election, will preside over a remarkable economic turnaround with their "Plan to Grow Saskatchewan".
QUEBEC: The next election is going to bring some very exciting new economic ideas from both the Quebec Liberal Party and the Action Democratique. Quebec hasn't been doing so well under the left-leaning (quelle surprise) Parti Quebecois.
NEWFOUNDLAND: Hey look at that... left-leaning Liberals packin up and makin way for the soon-to-be-elected Conservative Premier Danny Williams. That'll make for all 4 Atlantic provinces with conservative governments. Watch for them to form strong economic ties and to start fighting for their rights for offshore oil and gas that so right belongs to them and not Ottawa.
There seems to be a trend in economic prosperity... GET RID OF
THE LEFT WING GOVERNMENTS. Such a shame that Manitobans will soon become the laughing stock of the country as the lone bastion of socialism in government.
All we need to do now is get rid of Chretien and his tax-evading nemesis Paul Martin...