Budget 2021: Trudeau government’s first budget in two years offers glimpse into post-pandemic priorities
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland‘s first crack at a budget plan, released Monday in the House of Commons, is also widely viewed as a pre-election platform. There is more than $100 billion in new spending over the next three years targeting a wide variety of voters. There are promises for seniors and their caregivers, working parents, students and business owners. Here to break down what it means for average Canadians if Global News Chief Political Correspondent David Akin.