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- Federal budget 2019: What to know about the new CMHC mortgage incentive
How does repayment work? And will the measure push up home prices?
- Federal government’s journalism plan prompts praise from newspapers, criticism from broadcasters
While the newspaper industry has applauded the $595-million, five-year funding commitment, a group representing Canadian broadcasters says it's unfair
- Trudeau says national budget deficit remains sustainable, defends Liberal budget
Trudeau acknowledged that his government has been borrowing heavily but he emphasized that although the national debt keeps growing, the economy is gr
- Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante gives thumbs up to federal budget
"I see the intention of the federal government, and it's really aligned with our priorities as well," said Plante at a press conference in Montreal.
- Federal budget 2019: $1B border strategy promises to get tough on irregular asylum seekers
A plan costing $1.18 billion over five years is promised in the 2019 federal budget to beef up border security
- ‘Let her speak’: Conservatives drown out Bill Morneau while he delivers budget
As Morneau rose in the House to deliver the budget, members on the Opposition benches loudly clapped and chanted "Let her speak, let her speak," almos
- Canadian budget airline Swoop announces 7 US routes
Canadian 'ultra-low-cost carrier' Swoop is making its first push into the United States, revealing plans to fly seven routes from five U.S.
- Federal budget shows billions in infrastructure won’t be spent until at least 2021
New figures in this week's federal budget suggest billions of dollars from the Liberal government's vaunted infrastructure program now won't be spent
- The government wants to share more of your tax information
Here's what you need to know about changes being proposed in this week's federal budget.
- President of Treasury Board makes pitch for Federal Budget 2018 at Halifax town hall
Scott Brison focused on the government's message of equality for all which was laid out in the 2018 budget at his town hall at Saint Mary's University
- COMMENTARY: Federal Budget 2018 — all the nice stuff borrowed money can eventually buy
Matt Gurney says Federal Budget 2018 is the latest example of a government unnecessarily digging itself deeper in debt to buy votes with our own money
- Big bank economists flag federal budget’s happy-go-lucky stance on deficit
The budget contains little in terms of contingency measures vis-a-vis NAFTA, the Trump tax cuts or a future recession.
- Taxpayers to shell out $605M for G7 meeting
Canada will host the G7 summit in June with the total cost to Canadian taxpayers being set at $605 million.
- Government to phase out $1,000 bill and several older banknotes as legal tender
Some of the bills affected date back to the 1930s, and they're still out there and considered legal tender.
- Liberals promise $5.5M to fund sex assault crisis centres at universities
And they might pull federal funding if university policies don't measure up.
- Budget 2018: $4.7 billion over 5 years set aside to support Indigenous children and families
The federal government is putting billions of dollars behind its bid for reconciliation with Canada's Indigenous Peoples as a whole, but also addressi
- Federal budget 2018: Bono praises Canada’s boost in foreign aid spending
"Oh Canada! Prime Minister Trudeau's budget - and the smart, women-centred policy that guides it - is leadership in action," Bono said in a statement.
- No tax cuts but low-income workers and small-business owners can breathe easier
Canadian taxpayers will find few nasty surprises in this year’s fiscal blueprint.
- Federal government to scrap Phoenix pay system, invest in better customer service at CRA
The government will scrap its Phoenix pay system for federal employees, after spending another $400 million to solve the problems it’s caused.
- Federal Budget 2018: No-Fly List Kids celebrate ‘huge step’ with $80 million in federal funding
The federal government says it will provide over $80 million over the next five years to revamp the no-fly list and its accompanying computer system.