Why the Trudeau government's 1st budget in 2 years reveals their vision for a post-pandemic Canada
CA, 20 Apr 2021
Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland‘s first crack at a budget plan, released Monday in the House of Commons, is also widely viewed as a pre-election platform with the Liberals holding on to a minority government.
There is more than $100 billion in new spending over the next three years targeting a wide variety of voters. There are promises for seniors and their caregivers, working parents, students and business owners.
Freeland is also looking ahead to the post-pandemic Canada the Liberals want to see, one that has $10-a-day childcare, the ability to produce its own vaccines, national standards for long-term care homes and small- and medium-sized businesses equipped with the workers and technology they need to survive.
Here to break down what it means for average Canadians if Global News Chief Political Correspondent David Akin.
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