He says only 14% of Canadians would benefit from income-splitting.
Parliamentary Budget Officer warns the government risks falling back into deficit once economic growth slows.
Number of satellite locations with staff has risen from 11 to 16.
Liberal government’s policies kill investment and jobs, fuel massive deficits.
Economy likely to advance by 2.1% this year and remain above potential growth rate until 2018.
Finance minister Sousa says the government still plans to balance the books in 2017-18.
Volatile oil and gas prices will force province to hold the line on spending, finance minister Horner says.
Growth plan includes the Site C hydroelectric dam and the inclusion of First Nations in that resource growth.
Flaherty tells CTV the Conservatives will maintain EI premiums at current levels until 2016.
Flaherty forecasts a surplus of $3.7 billion in 2015-16, with a $3-billion cushion.
The deficit will fall to $5.5 billion in 2014-15, as a revived economy starts producing more tax revenues.
The trends have forced the company to temporarily layoff 40 workers at its plant in Longueuil, Que.
Increased expenditures will include the construction of a new 4,200-metre drilling rig.
Potash and other revenues fall.
Premier says wait for the budget to express their opinion of the Liberal government.