— Forecasted revenue of $11.3 billion and expenditures of $11.2 billion.
— $95-million surplus, but half to be transferred to rainy-day fund.
— Overall expenses up 4.7 per cent over 2011-12.
— Equivalent of 500 full-time government jobs to be cut through retirement and managing of vacancies.
— Prescription costs under the Seniors and Children's Drug Plan increase to $20 from $15 per prescription.
— New education funding formula requires $10 million to help cushion the blow for school divisions that would otherwise see a cut.
— Funding to follow through on campaign promises, including a tax credit for first-time homebuyers and scholarships for high-school graduates.