The plan’s total cost will be $39.4 billion over 30 years, but Ontario’s net debt and future deficits won’t reflect that.
Net debt will balloon from $9.5 billion to $44 billion by 2020.
The gap is narrowing as net per-person debt converges with Ontario’s.
Accessing funding for innovation and R&D is a lot easier.
OTTAWA — A bid by senators to amend the Trudeau government’s budget escalated into a test of wills over which parliamentary chamber – the elected House of Commons or the appointed Senate – has the right to decide budgetary matters.…
Senators could still potentially vote to amend the bill in some other way or even defeat it outright.
Infrastructure bank must stay in: an important budgetary measure: Morneau
Report says staying in balance will likely require additional fiscal measures.
Economists and budget experts are dismissing the president’s plans as fancifully unrealistic.
Lawmakers from both parties say major changes will be needed as the measure moves through Congress.
To include a host of new spending measures focused on pocketbook issues.
The government estimated that 235,000 people would use the extra weeks of benefits, but there have more than 267,000 claims.
Tax hikes to carbon, corporations and high-income earners are part of the plan.
Trudeau government’s changes raise concerns about the potential limits on the types of work permitted.
Money to make sure orphan they’re safely closed and the land reclaimed.