Canadian 2011 Federal Government Budget
TD Economics' helpful analysis of the 2011 Federal Government budget.
The government is likely to be defeated over this budget with a Federal election soon to follow.
Pdf below -- Federal Government Budget 2011
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's short-lived budget offers few clues how Ottawa would make its $40.5-billion deficit vanish.
For five years now, Canadian small-c conservatives have been waiting for Stephen Harper’s government to make good on its market-oriented ideological pedigree and aggressively trim back our overgrown welfare state. Unfortunately, the message they got from Finance Minister Jim Flaherty on Tuesday is: Keep waiting.
For seniors and those with young families, the proposed budget was bittersweet, offering some welcome income tax breaks, but not enough to make a real difference for those trying to make ends meet.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty walked into the House of Commons Tuesday ready to play poker. What may have surprised him is just how quickly NDP leader Jack Layton moved to call his bluff.
Opposition leaders have signalled they will not support the Conservative budget, making a spring election all but inevitable.
The Budget is a blueprint for how the Government wants to set the annual economic agenda for Canada.
Pdf below -- Canadian Federal Government Budget 2011
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