Liberals set to put stamp on new government with first federal budget in a decade, ‘watershed’ moment

Carleton University’s Ian Lee says the budget is going to be ‘the seminal document’ for the Liberals to differential themselves from the Tories.

All eyes will be on Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Tuesday as he presents the Liberal government's first budget of its mandate. Mr. Morneau is pictured here with Treasury Board President Scott Brison at a pre-budget meeting in Halifax on Jan. 11. Photograph courtesy of Bill Morneau's Twitter


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