Helping to shield Quebecers from inflation
December 9, 2022
The Quebec government used the latest update on its fiscal situation as another opportunity to help Quebecers cope the rise in the cost of living.
Ontario slashes its deficit projection
November 14, 2022
Budget shortfall cut by more than a third this year and nearly eliminated by 2024-25. Last year’s revenue spurt continues...
Manitoba Budget 2022: Delivering on Tax Cuts
April 13, 2022
Manitoba projects to reduce its deficit by half to $548 million in FY 2022-23, re-iterates commitment to balance within seven years .
Newfoundland and Labrador Budget 2022 – Fog is starting to lift
April 11, 2022
The Newfoundland and Labrador’s debt—already the heaviest among the provinces—is projected to continue to grow as share of GDP.
Saskatchewan Budget 2022: Brighter Days Ahead
March 24, 2022
After two years of pandemic budgets, the tone of Budget 2022 was much more upbeat.
Focusing on the present (cost of living) and the future (health care)
March 23, 2022
Interestingly, the attention-grabber in Quebec’s 2022 budget won’t impact the province’s books much in the coming fiscal year (2022-23)—for which spring budgets are usually about.
2022 PEI Budget – Focusing on priorities
March 1, 2022
The provincial government expects revenues to edge lower next year after surging $209 million (8.8%) in 2021-22.
Alberta Budget 2022: Resource upswing to drive budget surplus
February 25, 2022
Alberta presents the first balanced budget in seven years with a surplus of $500 million