Budget 2018 is a forward-looking, generous package designed to address promises from the 2015 campaign platform and give the Liberals a head start on the 2019 campaign.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau addresses the media during the Budget 2018 lock-up. The finance minister took credit for the country’s current economic strength, linking it to spending in the government’s first two budgets, writes Les Whittington. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—The Liberals began laying the groundwork for next year’s re-election campaign with a wide-ranging budget package built around billions of dollars of new funding and initiatives designed to polish their progressive credentials.
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