Wholesale public service job cuts ruled out in budget

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The Liberals’ proposed cuts to services funded by GST and personal income tax will not be included in the 2017 budget, officials said.

“It’s actually not in there,” said the minister in an interview with the CBC.

A recent Ipsos poll revealed just 28 per cent of Canadians support a small business tax hike and only 44 per cent want the federal government to give more funds to municipalities in the form of income tax relief.

The Liberals had promised to give local governments more help in tackling the funding shortfall while also providing more than $1 billion over five years to local governments to reduce rates, according to their 2015 election platform.

READ MORE: What you need to know about the Liberal budget announcement

On the personal income tax side, however, officials said there are no changes to how those who receive the tax would be treated.

The budget was 카지노 사이트released Tuesday afternoon and will have to receive a final report from Finance Minister Bill Morneau in the coming days, said the minister.

In addition, Morneau and several other ministers will appear before the Standing Committee on Finance next week in order to discuss some proposed tax increases expected to add about $1.3 billion a year to the national debt over the next 10 years, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Wednesday morning.

“What we’re focused on right now is making sure we implement these initiatives … I can say it’s pretty high impact,” said Morneau during question period. “I’m sure that they’ll continue to be of great importance to the taxpayers and to the economic growth of this country.”

A small business tax will be eliminated on some products but the new government will seek exemptions from a fee that applies to any business that sells health care or pharmaceuticals to its employees, said Morneau.

The budget also includes $400 million to expand public transit and improv예스카지노e the quality of parks, recreation and cultural facilities across the country.

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