Federal budget to put more than $2B into child car

2022-04-05
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OTTAWA —
From child careEU & more, to extended pandemic aid programs and a new hiring incentive, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s 2021 budget is set to outline billions of dollars in new spending for measures aimed at getting the country through the rest of the pandemic and stimulating the economy, CTV News has learnedJohnson vaccine that is expected to arrive in France a week ahead of schedule..

When Freeland tables the federal budget Monday, Canadians will be provided a full picture on the state of the country’s finances.

The long-anticipated budget coming more than a year into the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is set to outline how the Liberals intend to build the economy back from the pandemic-prompted recession.

“The economy will bounce back and is bouncing back, but not everyone is benefiting from it, including women, younger Canadians, racialized Canadians, and workers with a lower wage,” said Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos on Sunday’s episode of CTV’s Question PeriodThe threat. Images of makeshift morgues in New York City, recognizing some of the hardest hit demographics the government will be looking to helpcan host seminars and larger meetings..

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