Outbreak of the novel coronavirus has changed some spending plans.
Health care and safety issues, such as gun control, are also spending plan themes.
Cited by the government when it approved the project a second time last June.
Liberals taking heat over regulations, including those blamed for holding back construction of oil pipelines out of Alberta.
Spirit of reconciliation, and if the resulting entity works to the benefit of all Canadians, and on a commercial basis.
Conservatives says budget spending is a spree funded by borrowing against the future.
Federal budget’s extra funding doubles the transfer to cities this fiscal year.
Budget doesn’t adequately address issues such as US steel and aluminium tariffs and provincial transfer payments.
Over the last few years, the Liberals have spent billions more than they promised in their 2015 election platform.
Shrugs off predictions the world could be headed for another recession.
Trump said he planned to give formal notice of his intentions to withdraw from NAFTA, to force US Congress into ratifying new deal.
Manufacturing and processing companies can write off the full cost of buying new equipment and machinery as soon as they put the purchases to use.
Doesn’t have a clear understanding of economic damage caused by the failure to build new pipelines to coastal waters.
Plan to help Canada compete with the US for investment dollars forecasts slightly deeper annual deficits over the coming years.
Focus will be on targeted measures to attract investment, rather than broad-based corporate tax reductions.