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This is "budget week in Canada" with the federal and provincial both tabling their budgets for 07/08. With a possible federal election in the horizon and Ontario's election on October 10, 2007, these budgets set the stage for a busy election year. On Monday, the Harper Government unveiled its second budget, which was largely focused on restoring the fiscal imbalance between the provinces and the federal government. Overall, the budget commits $1.4 billion in new spending for health care. Key highlights:
Investing in Leading-Edge Health Research
Supporting Health Care
For the full budget, I encourage you to visit the Finance Ministry's website at http://www.budget.gc.ca/2007/index-e.html Tommorow, we'll turn our attention to the provincial government's fourth budget, which sets the stage for an October 10th election.