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From COVID-19 benefit extensions through a new luxury tax to a bump in OAS benefits and a minimum-wage hike, this is how the budget may impact your bottom line.From COVID-19 benefit extensions through a new luxury tax to a bump in OAS benefits and a minimum-wage hike, this is how the budget may impact your bottom line.

How Canada’s federal budget affects benefits, taxes, and the minimum wage - National | Globalnews.ca

One of the federal government's many budget promises is a new annual tax that would apply to vacant or underused property in Canada that’s owned by foreign investors.One of the federal government's many budget promises is a new annual tax that would apply to vacant or underused property in Canada that’s owned by foreign investors.

Federal budget 2021: Vacant properties tax targets offshore investors | CTV News

Humanitarian groups in Canada are expressing disappointment with the federal budget presented by the minority Liberal government, saying it is a missed opportunity that limits  Ottawa’s ability to play a “meaningful long-term role” in a post-pandemic global recovery.Humanitarian groups in Canada are expressing disappointment with the federal budget presented by the minority Liberal government, saying it is a missed opportunity that limits  Ottawa’s ability to play a “meaningful long-term role” in a post-pandemic global recovery.

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“Mr. Speaker, I rise today to table the 2021-22 budget of the Government of Canada. The real one.

KINSELLA: The budget speech Chrystia Freeland didn't deliver | Toronto Sun

KINSELLA: The budget speech Chrystia Freeland didn't deliver

KINSELLA: The budget speech Chrystia Freeland didn't deliver | Toronto Sun

One hundred billion dollars in new spending. The promise of a “green recovery.” Money for youth to prevent a “lost generation.” All items in the Liberal budget…

Tasha Kheiriddin: The Liberals deliver a budget with a shrewd election plan written inside | National Post

Tasha Kheiriddin: The Liberals deliver a budget with a shrewd election plan written inside | National Post

National Post readers sound off on the issues of the day including the federal budget, calls to suspend flights to and from India, and why the MPs who shared…

Letters to the editor: Budget 2021: 'As fiscally responsible Canadians, we have lost our minds' | National Post

Letters to the editor: Budget 2021: 'As fiscally responsible Canadians, we have lost our minds' | National Post

In the first budget in over two years, the Liberals laid out their vision for a post-COVID Canada -- and dropped some hints about when a post-COVID Canada could become reality.In the first budget in over two years, the Liberals laid out their vision for a post-COVID Canada -- and dropped some hints about when a post-COVID Canada could become reality.

Post-COVID-19 Canada: What the federal budget tells us about the end of the pandemic - National | Globalnews.ca

MP says budget illustrates that Liberals don’t have a plan to recover from COVID-19 lossesMP says budget illustrates that Liberals don’t have a plan to recover from COVID-19 losses

Chilliwack Hope MP Strahl says federal budget doesn’t reflect needs of Canadians – Chilliwack Progress

OTTAWA – Federal opposition leaders are criticizing the Liberal government’s first budget in two years for omitting pharmacare and failing to provide a bigger boost to old age security or provincial health-care transfers. Debate began in the House of Commons today with leaders pushing to shape the economic blueprint more to their liking. Federal NDP

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Kevin Carmichael: The path the Liberals have chosen is littered with traps, but Chrystia Freeland’s pivot from the era of prudence should work, at least in…

Canada's economy was overdue for a positive shock — an historic budget might do the trick | Financial Post

Canada's economy was overdue for a positive shock — an historic budget might do the trick | Financial Post

Alberta and Ontario have already said the proposed measures don't meet the unique needs of parents in their provincesAlberta and Ontario have already said the proposed measures don't meet the unique needs of parents in their provinces

CANADA: Provinces balk at Liberals' child-care budget pledge as funding negotiations loom - Sudbury News

Budget sets Canada on a path to fiscal danger, with its plunge into permanent, unfunded spending increases and structural deficits

Opinion: Federal budget: Spend. Spend more. Then spend more than that | Financial Post

Opinion: Federal budget: Spend. Spend more. Then spend more than that | Financial Post

From housing to wildfire preparedness, here’s a breakdown of highlights for NWT residents in the proposed 2021 federal budget.From housing to wildfire preparedness, here’s a breakdown of highlights for NWT residents in the proposed 2021 federal budget.

What does the NWT get from Canada’s latest budget?

Lack of incentives for big business one of budget’s oversights

Canada 'rolling the dice' on big-spending federal budget as debt total set to climb beyond $1.4 trillion | National Post

Canada 'rolling the dice' on big-spending federal budget as debt total set to climb beyond $1.4 trillion | National Post

Chrystia Freeland uses Budget 2021 to reveal Canada’s new emissions target.

How the Trudeau government plans to meet its climate goals - POLITICO

Homeowners fearing sweeping measures that could have over-corrected the housing market likely breathed a sigh of relief on Monday after hearing the details of the federal budget. Despite growing calls from numerous bank analysts in recent weeks for the need to tax the sale of principal residences, in some form or another, the government left the primary residence capital gains exemption untouched. One key housing measure introduced in Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's first budget was a 1% vacant property tax

Federal Budget Doesn't Rock the Canadian Housing Boat - Mortgage Rates & Mortgage Broker News in Canada

Tradition states that the Minister of Finance don a new pair of shoes to deliver the budget, a practice that dates back to the 1950. It’s a folksy bit of political theatre, featuring a pair of...Tradition states that the Minister of Finance don a new pair of shoes to deliver the budget, a practice that dates back to the 1950. It’s a folksy bit of political theatre, featuring a pair of...

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Increased funds for broadband, small business tech use and promoting quantum tech and genomics

Tax on Big Tech in federal budget will bring in $3.4 billion | National Post

Tax on Big Tech in federal budget will bring in $3.4 billion | National Post

News by location across Atlantic Canada.News by location across Atlantic Canada.

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New measures include a hiring subsidy and e-commerce supportNew measures include a hiring subsidy and e-commerce support

Federal budget extends Covid support for businesses | Advisor's Edge

Spending initiatives such as a national $10-per-day childcare program, enhanced student loan programs, a $15 minimum wage for federally regulated industries…

Few Canadians miss out on federal budget bonanza, from students to the unemployed | National Post

Few Canadians miss out on federal budget bonanza, from students to the unemployed | National Post

You can dream a lot in two years, even when one of them is a living nightmare.

Good and bad bets in Trudeau government’s pandemic budget - Commentary | Business in Vancouver

You can dream a lot in two years, even when one of them is a living nightmare.

Good and bad bets in Trudeau government’s pandemic budget - Commentary | Business in Vancouver

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is out to bribe voters with $100 billion of our own money in the next election.

GOLDSTEIN: Freeland unveils Trudeau's $100-billion election bribe | Toronto Sun

GOLDSTEIN: Freeland unveils Trudeau's $100-billion election bribe

GOLDSTEIN: Freeland unveils Trudeau's $100-billion election bribe | Toronto Sun

The Liberal government is announcing in its first post-pandemic budget several sweeping measures aimed at ensuring Canadians can get back to work while earmarking new funds geared for businesses to tackle a greener future.

How the budget aims to get Canadians back to work - BNN Bloomberg

Canada's budget lays out $101 billion of new spending over three years as what officials bill as a “bridge” between continued pandemic and a vision for coping with the aftermath.Canada's budget lays out $101 billion of new spending over three years as what officials bill as a “bridge” between continued pandemic and a vision for coping with the aftermath.

Liberals eye ‘lost generation’ risk with sweeping COVID-19 recovery plan - National | Globalnews.ca

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland sent a warning to provinces about her budget's pledge on child care, saying she would negotiate in good faith but not bend on reducing parental fees, as several provinces questioned the tight strings on the promised new spending.Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland sent a warning to provinces about her budget's pledge on child care, saying she would negotiate in good faith but not bend on reducing parental fees, as several provinces questioned the tight strings on the promised new spending.

Freeland says Liberals open to provincial daycare demands, but draws line around fees - Canada News - Castanet.net

The federal government’s 2021 budget offers up new spending to support farmers combatting climate change through targeted investments — and, in some cases, direct payments. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland released the budget Monday, showing the majority of new spending will take place over three years and be largely focused on “green growth.” “Budget 2021 announces […] Read more

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In Budget 2021, the federal Liberal government proposes using the “window of opportunity” of the pandemic to create a national child-care system, which will rely on provincial partnerships and cost Ottawa $27.2 billion in new spending over the next five years. The goal of the program — expected to cost more than $8 billion a […]

Budget includes $27 billion over 5 years for national child-care system - iPolitics

One admires the Liberals’ optimism for the future nation they hope to build. But more focus on rescuing the current one would have been better.

Editorial: Federal budget focus too sprawling for the crisis at hand | Ottawa Citizen

Editorial: Federal budget focus too sprawling for the crisis at hand

Editorial: Federal budget focus too sprawling for the crisis at hand | Ottawa Citizen

Billions of dollars for childcare, COVID relief programs, and new climate initiatives headlined the federal government's first budget in more than two years, read by Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland in the House of Commons on Monday. The 739-page document outlines the Liberal government's many spending priorities as it expects to rack up an unprecedented $354 billion deficit in 2020-21 and a $155 billion deficit in 2021-22. The list of big ticket spending pledges includes $30 billion for childcare over the next five years, which is supposed to lower average childcare costs for parents across Canada to $10/day by 2025. Employers will have access to a new $595 million Canada Recovery Hiring program to bring back workers this summer and...

Climate and COVID-relief programs headline agriculture spending in federal budget – RealAgriculture

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$100 Billion In Spending, National Childcare Program In 2021 Budget - Steinbachonline.com

In Canada's federal budget, the Liberals pledged $30B over five years to create a national childcare plan aiming to provide access to daycare at an average cost of $10 per day.In Canada's federal budget, the Liberals pledged $30B over five years to create a national childcare plan aiming to provide access to daycare at an average cost of $10 per day.

Canada’s plans to deal with COVID-19 deficit, childcare spark questions - National | Globalnews.ca

Eventually, someone has to pay for all of this spending

Corbella: Trudeau's reckless budget burdens the kids he claims he's helping | Calgary Herald

Corbella: Trudeau's reckless budget burdens the kids he claims he's helping | Calgary Herald

From Canada's proposals on a national daycare program to introducing a new digital services tax, financial expert Preet Banerjee takes a closer look at the 2021 federal budget.From Canada's proposals on a national daycare program to introducing a new digital services tax, financial expert Preet Banerjee takes a closer look at the 2021 federal budget.

Canada’s federal budget: A financial expert breaks it down - National | Globalnews.ca