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.
Boosting revenues via new tax measures and higher premiums on EI program.
Budget expected to detail plan to foster an innovation economy to recharge Canada’s long-term economic growth.
Several measures expected that will be aimed at improving innovation performance.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tasked an advisory council to study issues related to workers being replaced by technology.
Plenty of spending but no new taxes, tax increases or program cuts in the plan.
Existing Build in Canada Innovation Program to be made far more ambitious.
Pentagon the big winner with a $54 billion boost to defence spending.
Ottawa has committed $73 million over four years to ensure education is aligned with the tech-related needs of the job market.
Finance Minister Morneau talks job creation, skills and the “economy of the future.”
Roughly two-thirds want to allow more immigration from high-skill workers.